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ERIC Number: ED337184
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 83
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0006-7407
Imagination and the Magic of Libraries.
The Bookmark, v49 n1 Fall 1990
This issue of "The Bookmark" presents 20 articles focusing on the theme that libraries foster imagination. The articles are: (1) "Imagination and the Magic of Libraries" (Elizabeth S. Manion); (2) "Powerful Partners--Discovery and Democracy, An Interview with Cynthia Jenkins" (Anne E. Simon); (3) "Fostering Imagination in Children" (Susan Lehr); (4) "Imagination Initiatives--A Parent's Point of View" (Irene Rosenthal); (5) "A Reader Remembers" (Harriet Langsam Sobol); (6) "Parents As Reading Partners: A Positive Approach" (Marguerite D. Lewis); (7) "Potential for Partnership--What's Right with TV?" (Nancy M. Rubery); (8) "'Imagine If...'--An Appreciation of the Performing Arts as an Enhancement to Reading" (Sheldon L. Tarakan); (9) "Reaching Out To Capture Young Minds" (Ellen V. LiBretto); (10) "Setting the Stage" (Sharon Breen); (11) "Worth a Thousand Words" (Dave Ross); (12) "Magic Mirrors" (Bruce Coville); (13) "Poetry: The Color of Wonders'" (Susan A. Katz); (14) "Imagination, A Dream" (Bruce Degen); (15) "Curiousity Canceled" (Stephanie S. Tolan); (16) "Learning Through Immersion" (Valorie J. Beard); (17) "Summer Reading Programs--Deadly or Dynamic?" (Carolyn Travers); (18) "To Live the Language--A Writer's View of Creative Literacy" (Michael Rutherford); (19) "The Imagination Celebration and The Magic of Books'" (Vivienne Anderson); and (20) "It's Your Library: Into the Future!" (Kathleen Connors). Also included is a report on the New York State Library in 1990. (MAB)
Documents/Gift and Exchange, New York State Library, Albany, New York 12230 ($15.00/year).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York State Library, Albany.
Identifiers: N/A
Note: For the Summer 1990 issue, see ED 331 520.