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Sound and Sense in Children's Picturebooks

by W. Nikola-Lisa

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Sound and Sense in Children's Picturebooks

Grades K – 8
Type Journal
Published March 1997
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

Description  

Explores (from the point of view of the writer, a children's author) one aspect of learning about language that is present in the picture books he writes: the relation between sound and sense.

 

Nikola-Lisa, W. "Sound and Sense in Children's Picture Books." Language Arts 74.3 (March 1997): 168-171.

 

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