Bibliography of Books About Adolescent Literature in the A.C. Buehler Library

Aronson, Marc. (2001). Exploding the Myths: The truth about Teenagers and Reading. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Call Number: 028.55 A769e

Barnhouse, Rebecca. (2000).  Recasting the Past: The Middle Ages in Young Adult Literature. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. Call Number: 813.0099283

(1996). Booktalking the Award Winners: Young Adult Retrospective. Bronx, NY: H.W. Wilson. Call Number: Volume. 1996. 028.55 B724A

Bosmajian, Hamida. (2002). Sparing the Child: Grief and the Unspeakable in Youth Literature about Nazism and the Holocaust. New York: Routledge. Call Number: 809.93358 B743S

Brown, Jean E. and Elaine C. Stephens, eds. (1998). United in Diversity: Using Multicultural Young Adult Literature in the Classroom. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. Call Number: 370.117 U58

Bushman, John. (2001). Using Young Adult Literature in the English Classroom. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall. Call Number: 428.007 B978u2001

Cai, Mingshui. (2002). Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults: Reflections on Critical Issues. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Call Number: 809.89282 C133M

Carroll, Pamela S, ed. (1999). Using Literature To Help Troubled Teens Cope With Societal Issues. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Call Number: 615.8516 U85 u.

Coffey, Rosemary. (1997). America As Story: Historical Fiction for Middle and Secondary Schools. Chicago: American Library Association. Call Number: 016.813081 C674 A1997

Darby, Mary Ann. (2002). Hearing all the Voices: Multicultural Books for Adolescents. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Call Number: 028.535 D213h  

DeVos, Gail. (1999).  New Tales for Old:  Folktales as Literary Fiction for Young Adults. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Call Number: 398.2083 D512n

Harris, Violet J. (1997). Using Multiethnic Literature in the K-8 Classroom. Norwood, MA: Christopher Gordon. Call Number: 372.64 U85m

Herz, Sarah. (1996). From Hinton to Hamlet: Building Bridges Between Young Adult Literature and the Classics. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Call Number: 809.89283 H582f

Hill, Christine. (2000).  Ten Terrific Authors for Teens. Berkley Heights, NJ: Enslow Publishers. Call Number: 810.99282H

(1996). Hit List: Frequently Challenged Books for Young Adults. Chicago: American Library Association. Call Number: 098.1 H674

Hurst, Carol Otis and Rebecca Otis. (1999). Using Literature in the Middle School Curriculum. Worthington, OH: Linworth Publisher. Call Number: 373.19 H959u

Isaac, Megan. (2000). Heirs to Shakespeare:  Reinventing the Bard in Young Adult Literature. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. Call Number: 810.99283 I73

Kelly, Patricia P. and Robert C. Small, eds. (1999). Two Decades of the ALAN Review. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. Call Number: 810.99283 T974

Kertzer, Adrienne. (2002). My Mothers Voice: Children, Literature, and the Holocaust. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press. Call Number: 809.93358 K41M

Kies, Cossette. (1992). Presenting Young Adult Horror Fiction. New York: Twayne Publisher; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan Canada; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International. Call Number: 813.087209 K47p

MacRae, Cathi Dann. (1998). Presenting Young Adult Fantasy Fiction. New York: Twayne Publishers; London: Prentice Hall International. Call Number: 813.08766 M174p

Monseau, Virginia. (1996). Responding to Young Adult Literature. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. Call Number: 809.89283 M754r

Moore, John. (1997). Interpreting Young Adult Literature: Literary Theory in the Secondary Classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. Call Number: 810.99283 M822

Pistolis, Donna Reidy. (1996). Hit List: Frequently Challenged Books for Children. Chicago: American Library Association. Call Number: 098.1 P679h

Reid, Louann, ed. (1999). Rationales for Teaching Young Adult Literature. Portland, ME: Calendar Island Publishers. Call Number: 809.89283 R236.

Reid, Suzanne. (1998). Presenting Young Adult Science Fiction. New York: Twayne Publishers; London: Prentice Hall International. Call Number: 813.0872 R358p

 

Rogers, Theresa and Anna O. Soter, eds. (1997). Reading Across Cultures: Teaching literature in a diverse society. New York: Teachers College Press. Call Number: 807.1 R287

Shipley, Roberta. (1995). Teaching guides for 50 Young Adult Novels. New York: Neal Schuman Publishers. Call Number: 813.0099283 S557T

Soter, Anna. (1999). Young Adult literature and the new literary theories. New York: Teachers College Press. Call Number: 428.40712 S717y,

Spufford, Francis. (2002). The Child that Books Built: A Life in Reading. New York: Metropolitan Books. Call Number: 028.55 S772C

Stover, Lois. (1996). Young Adult Literature: The heart of the middle school. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. Call Number: 373.19 S889y

Stringer, Sharon. (1997). Conflict and Connection: the psychology of young adult literature. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. Call Number: 809.89283 S918c

Sullivan, C. W. III. (1999). Young Adult Science Fiction. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Call Number: 813.0872 Y68

Trites, Roberta S. (2000). Disturbing the universe:  power and repression in young adult literature. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press. Call Number: 813.0099283 T839d 

Vandergrift, Kay E, ed. (1996). Mosaics of Meaning: enhancing the intellectual life of young adults through story. Lanham. MD: Scarecrow Press. Call Number: 813.0099283 M894

Wadham, Tim and Rachel Wadman. (1999). Bringing Fantasy Alive For Children and Young Adults. Worthington, OH: Linworth Publishers. Call Number: 809.915 W122b

Wulffson, Don L. (1999). Great Stories Behind Famous Books. Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Alleyside Press. Call Number: 807.12 W961g

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