4 edition of Children"s voices found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||P118.4 .M39 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005049566|
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Voices for Children offers a fresh perspective on raging debates over child health, child poverty, child welfare, and education programs at the federal and state levels. It finds some hopeful. Voice is not concrete, like dialogue, description or plot, but is intricately connected to all three. Voice is the way each author approaches the act of writing. It's how plot, characters, dialogue, setting, pacing -- all the elements of a book -- come together to form a story. Voice is like a fingerprint; it makes the story uniquely yours.
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The following books demonstrate the power of voice in writing, as they represent a variety of voices — from bossy and obnoxious to kind and gentle. You will find the books on this list helpful when teaching lessons about voice, a very important trait often found in good writing.
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