Classroom Resources for Children's Literature in the A.C. Buehler Library

The following titles are books owned by the A.C. Buehler Library about using children's literature in the classroom.  For other resources for the study of children's literature consult my Resources for the Study of Children's Literature page.  

Ada, Alma Flor.  (2003).  A Magical Encounter: Latino Children’s Literature in the Classroom.  Boston: Allyn and Bacon.  Call Number: 372.64 A191m.

 

Blakemore, Catherine.  (2002).  Faraway Places: Your Source for Picture Books that Fly Children to 82 Countries.  Albany, Wisconsin: Adams-Pomeroy Press.  Call Number: 011.62 B636F

 

Bromley, Karen D’Angelo.  (1996).  Webbing with Literature: Creating Story Maps with Children's Books.  Boston: Allyn and Bacon.  Call Number: 372.64044 B868W 1996

 

Butler, Dorothy.  (1998).  Babies Need Books:  Sharing Joy of Books With Children From Birth To Six.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.  Call Number: 028.162 B985b 1998

 

Butzow, Carol M.  (1999).  Exploring the Environment Through Children's Literature.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.357044 B989e

 

Butzow, Carol M.  (2000).  Science Through Children's Literature.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.35044 B 416S 2000

 

Campbell, Robin.  (2001).  Read Alouds With Young Children.  Newark, Delaware: International Reading Association.  Call Number: 372.4 C189r

 

Cerullo, Mary M.  (1997).  Reading the Environment: Children's LIterature in the Science Classroom.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.  Call Number: 372.35 C418R

 

Chambers, Aidan.  (1996).  Tell me: Children, reading and talk.  York, ME: Stenhouse Publishers.  Call Number: 372.1 C444t

 

Coody, Betty.  (1997).  Using Literature with Young Children.  Madison, WI: Brown and Benchmark.  Call Number: 028.534 C769u 1997

 

Daniels, Harvey.  (2002).  Literature Circles:  Voice and Choice in Book Clubs and Reading Groups.  Portland, ME: Stenhouse Publishers.  Call Number: 372.64 D186c

 

Donoghue, Mildred R.  (2001).  Using Literature Activities to Teach Contenet Areas to Emergent Readers.  Boston: Allyn and Bacon.  Call Number: 372.64044 D687u

 

Ellis, Sarah.  (2000).  From Reader To Writer.  Toronto: Douglas and McIntyre.  Call Number: 372.62 E47f

Englebaugh, Debi.  (1994).  Art Through Children's Literature: Creative Art Lessons for Caldecott Books.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.52044E58a

 

Evans, Karen S.  (2001).  Literature Discussion Groups in the Intermediate Grades.  Newark: International Reading Association.  Call Number: 372.64 E921

Finazzo, Denise Ann.  (1997).  All For the Children: Multicultural Essentials of Literature.  Albany, NY: Delmar.  Call Number: 809.89282 F491A

 

Fountas, Irene C.  (1999).  Matching Books to Readers.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.  Call Number: 372.4 F771m

 

Fredericks, Anthony D.  (2000).  More Social Studies Through Children's Literature.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.83044 F852m

 

Fredericks, Anthony D.  (1998).  Science Adventures with Children's Literature.  Englewood, CO: Teachers Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.35044 F852S

 

Frohardt, Darcie Clark.  (1999).  Teaching Art With Books Kids Love.  Golden, CO: Fulcrum Resources.  Call Number: 372.5 F928t

 

Fuhler, Carol J.  (2000).  Teaching Reading With Multicultural Books Kids Love.  Golden, CO: Fulcrum Resources.  Call Number: 371.416 F959t

 

Gibson, Karen A. (2002).  Crash, Bang, Boom: Exploring Literature Devices Through Children’s Literature.  Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Upstart Books.  Call Number: not available.

 

Glandon, Shan.  (2000).  Caldecott Connections to Language Arts.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 372.6 G545

 

Glazer, Joan I.  (2000).  Literature for Young Children.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill.  Call Number: 028.55 G553L 2000

 

Hancock, Majorie R.  (2000).  Celebration of Literature and Response.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill.  Call Number: 372.64 H235c

 

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

 

Hurst, Carol Otis.  (1999).  Open Books: Literature In the Curriculum, Kindergarten Through Grade 2.  Worthington, OH: Linworth Publisher.  Call Number: 372.64 H966o

 

Isbell, Rebecca T.  (2000).  Tell It Again.  Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House.  Call Number: 372.677 I76t

 

Jenkins, Christine.  (1991).  Novel Experiences: Literature Units for Book Discussion Groups in the Elementary Grades.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.64044 J52n

 

Jweid, Rosann.  (2001).  Building Character Through Literature.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.  Call Number: 809.89283 J98b

 

Knowles, Elizabeth.  (1997).  Reading Connection: Bringing Parent, Teachers, and Librarians Together.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 372.41 K73R

 

Laughlin, Mildred.  (1994).  Developing Learning Skills Through Children's Literature.  Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.  Call Number: 011.62 L374D

 

Leonhardt, Mary.  (1997).  99 Ways to Make Kids Love Reading and 100 Books They Will Love.  New York: Three Rivers Press.  Call Number: 372.4 L581n

McArthur, Janice.  (1998).  Books on Wheels.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 372.64 M115b

 

McCabe, Allyssa.  (1996).  Chameleon Readers: Teaching Children to Appreciate All Kinds of Good Stories.  New York: McGraw-Hill.  Call Number: 372.64044 M113c

 

McElmeel, Sharron L.  (1995).  Educator's Companion to Children's Literature. v.1-2.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Teachers Ideas Press.  Call Number:  372.64 M141E

 

McElmeel, Sharron L.  (1997).  Literature Frameworks from Apples to Zoos.  Worthington, OH: Alleyside Press.  Call Number: 372.64 M141L

 

McGowan, Meredith.  (1994).  Appreciating Diversity Through Children's Literature: Teaching Activities for the Primary Grades.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 372.64 M146A

 

Miller, Wanda J.  (1998).  Teaching U.S. History Through Children's Literature: Post World War II.  Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.  Call Number: 973.071 M652t v.2

 

Moran, Karen.  (1999).  Literature Online: Reading and Internet Activities for Librarians and Schools.  Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Alleyside Press.  Call Number: 372.64044 M829L

 

Moss, Barbara.  (2003).  Exploring the Literature of Fact: Children’s Nonfiction Trade Books in the Elementary Classroom.  New York: Guilford Press.  Call Number: 372.64 M913e

 

(2002).  Moving Forward With Literature Circles.  New York: Scholastic Professional Books.  Call Number: 372.64044 M829L

 

Neamen, Mimi.  (2001).  More LIterature Circles: Cooperative learning for grades 3-8.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 372.64 N348m

 

Odean, Kathleen.  (2001).  Great Books About Things Kids Like.  New York: Ballantine Books.  Call Number: R011.62023g

 

Perez-Stable, Maria A.  (1994).  Understanding American History Through Children's Literature. Phoenix: Oryx Press.  Call Number: 372.89 P438u

 

Perry, Phyllis Jean.  (1997).  Reading Activities and Resources That Work.  Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Highsmith Press.  Call Number: 372.41 P464R

 

Pinnell, Gay Su.  (2002).  Leveled Books for Readers, Grades 3-6.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.  Call Number: 372.6 P6561

 

Polette, Nancy.  (2000).  Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Awards.  Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Alleyside Press.  Call Number: 372.64044 P765c

 

Raines, Shirley C.  (1994).  Story Stretchers for the Primary Grades.  Mount Rainier, MD: Gryphon House.  Call Number: 372.64 R155s

 

Raines, Shirley C.  (1994).  450 More Story Stretchers for the Primary Grades.  Mount Rainier, MD: Gryphon House.  Call Number: 372.64155f

 

Raines, Shirley C.  (1991).  More Story Stretchers.  Mount Rainier, MD: Gryphon House.  Call Number: 372.64044 R155m

 

Raum, Elizabeth A.  (2001).  Every Day a Holiday:  Celebrating Children's Literature Throughout the Year.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.  Call Number:  028.162 R246e

 

Reid, Suzanne Elizabeth.  (2002).  Book Bridges for ESL Students: Using Young Adult and Children’s Literature to Teach ESL.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.  Call Number: 428.0071 R358b

 

Roberts, Patricia.  (2000).  Family Values Through Children's Literature.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.  Call Number: 028.55 R646f

 

Rochman, Hazel.  (1993).  Against Borders: Promoting Books for a Multicultural World.  Chicago: American Library Association.  Call Number: 011.62 R679A  

Rothlein, Liz.  (1996).  Legacies: Using Children's literature in the classroom.  New York, NY: HarperCollins College Publishers.  Call Number: 372.64044 R846L

 

Sawyer, Walter.  (2000).  Growing Up with Literature.  Albany, NY: Delmar.  Call Number: 372.21 S271g 2000

 

Schiro, Michael.  (1997).  Integrating Children's Literature and Mathematics in the Classroom.  New York: Teachers  College Press.  Call Number: 372.7044 S337I

 

Simpson, Martha Seif. (2001).  Storycraft:  50 theme based programs combining storytelling activities and crafts for children in grades 1-3.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co.  Call Number: 372.677 S613s

 

Sitarz, Paula Gaj.  (1997).  Story time Sampler: Read Alouds, Booktalks and Activities for Children.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 372.642 S623s

 

Skaggs, Gayle.  (2003).  Reading is First: Great Ideas for Teachers and Librarians.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co.  Call Number: 372.41 S626r.

 

Stahl, Steven A., Kleeck, Anne Van and Eurydice B. Bauer, eds.  (2003).  On Reading Books to Children: Parents and Teachers.  Mahwah, NJ: L. Erlbaum Associates.  Call Number: 372.677 O58

Stephens, Claire Gatrell.  (2000).  Coretta Scott King Award Books: Using Great Literature With Children and Young Adults.  Englewood CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 810.809282 S832c   

Story-Huffmann, Ru.  (1998).  Newbery On the Net.  Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Alleyside Press.  Call Number: 025.068135 S887n 

 

Story-Huffman, Ru.  (1999).  Caldecott On the Net: Reading and Internet Activities.  Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin: Alleyside Press.  Call Number: 025.068135 S887c

 

(1996).  Teaching Physical Science Through Children's Literature.  New York: McGraw-Hill.  Call Number: 372.35 G384t

 

Webber, Desiree.  (2001).  Kids' Book Club:  Lively reading and activities for grades 1-3.  Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.  Call Number: 372.4 W371k

 

Wendelin, Karla Hawkins.  (1986).  Storybook Classrooms: Using Children's Literature in the Learning Center.  Atlanta, GA: Humanics.  Call Number: 372.64 W419f 198

 

Whitin, David Jackman.  (1995).  It's The Story That Counts.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.  Call Number: 372.7044 W587I         

 

Created by Susan Swords Steffen , Elmhurst College
Last Updated:  August 2003