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ERIC Number: ED076948
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 154
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Children, Books and Reading. Perspectives in Reading No. 3.
Dawson, Mildred, Ed.; And Others
The papers included in this book were presented at a conference in San Francisco, just prior to the National Council of Teachers of English Convention. The speakers included specialists in children's literature, parents, librarians, school administrators, reading consultants, college professors of children's literature, and those informed on research in the field of reading. The speakers and titles of their talks are: May Hill Arbuthnot, "Dawn Wind Stirring: A Specialist Speaks"; Quail Hawkins, "Bright Is the Ring of Words: An Author Speaks"; Louise T. Van Orden, "Striking the Spark: A Teacher Speaks"; Winifred C. Ladley, "The Right Book: A Librarian Speaks"; Mrs. Kenneth A. Learned, "That They May Live Abundantly: A Parent Speaks"; Robert J. Bone, "The School's Influence: An Elementary Principal Speaks"; Tennessee Kent, "Children, Books and Teachers: A Superintendent Speaks"; Ruth Adair French, "Working the Vineyard: A Reading Consultant Speaks"; Charlotte S. Huck, "A Comprehensive Literature Program"; and Helen Huus, "Interpreting Research in Children's Literature." (WR)
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Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.