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The Cambridge Companion to Children's Literature


reviewed by Myra Zarnowski — August 10, 2010

coverTitle: The Cambridge Companion to Children's Literature
Author(s): M. O. Grenby and Andrea Immel (eds.)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0521687829, Pages: 324, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 10, 2010
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16101, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 2:29:31 AM

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  • Myra Zarnowski
    Queens College, CUNY
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    MYRA ZARNOWSKI is a professor in the department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education at Queens College, CUNY, where she is the advisor to the graduate specialization in Children's Literature. She is the author of History Makers (Heinemann), Making Sense of History (Scholastic) and the co-editor of The Best in Children's Nonfiction (NCTE) and Children's Literature and Social Studies (NCTE/NCSS). Her research interests include studying children's nonfiction literature and the use of nonfiction to teach history in the elementary and middle school.
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