Radical Change: Books for Youth in a Digital Age, Part 5
This 2007 award winner shows how printed books are changing in step with positive developments in the digital world, and how librarians, teachers, and parents can recognize and appreciate good books for youth that: break barriers with accurate presentatio
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SECTION ONE Recognizing Radical Change
Radical Changes in Books
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African-American American become Black and White books for youth Boston Caldecott CCBC chapter characters child childhood children and young children's books Children's Literature color complex connectivity contemporary Cormier culture David Diaz David Macaulay diary digital design digital environment digital media digital world digital-age electronic example experience explore fiction forms and formats girl graphic novels handheld book handheld hypertext HarperCollins Holt Horn Book Houghton Mifflin hypertext identified by Radical Iktomi Illus interactive Internet Iqbal Masih ISBN Lane Smith learning librarians Library linear literary literature for youth Macaulay Magic School Bus McLuhan multiple perspectives Music of Dolphins narrative Nodelman nonlinear nonsequential Orchard picture books Poems provides published radical-change Raschka Rome Antics Rushkoff Scholastic speak Starry Messenger story synergy teachers tell topics understand violence visual voices Walk Two Moons William Joyce words and pictures writing York young adult literature young adults young readers