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Genre of children s literature
Genre of children s literature
Genre of children s literature
Genre of children s literature
Genre of children s literature
Genre of children s literature
Genre of children s literature
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  • 1.  Words that are carefully chosen, condensedartfully arranged language that looksselectively at the world in unique andunusual ways. E.g. Poem
  • 2.  Works in which illustrations and text combineequally to tell a story. E.g. Andy and The Lion by James Daugherty
  • 3.  Stories that have been told for many years,across many cultures, first orally and thenwritten down. E.g. Little red Riding Hood by Jacob LudwigKarl Grimm
  • 4.  Stories told in the real or unreal world, withcharacters or events that probably don’t really existand events that may depend on magic or thesupernatural.Low-fantasy : Mary Poppins by T.L. TraversHigh fantasy : The Wheel of Timeby Robert Jordan
  • 5.  Stories that explore the possibilities ofscience in our lives through invention orextension of the laws of nature. E.g. The Time Machine by H G Wells
  • 6.  Stories of real people, living here and now: E.g.Becoming Naomi Leon by Pam MunozRyan
  • 7.  Stories set in a real time and place historybut with some or all fictional characters. E.g.Memoirs of A Geisha by Arthur Golden
  • 8.  Stories about the lives of real people. E.g. Nelson Mandela by Devrose Palmer
  • 9.  Books of information about a variety oftopics in the real world. E.g. The World On Fire byAnthony Read
  • 10.  Reference: Cox,C. (2008) Teaching LanguageArts, Pearson.

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