By Sharron L. McElmeel
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9 (May 1984): 28-31; Carol O. Hurst, "Picture That! Using Picture Books in the Fourth through Eighth Grades," Early Years, vol. 14, no. 7 (March 1984): 31-34. Page 1 Marcia Brown Page 2 authorauthorauthorauthorauthor Marcia Brown Marcia Brown has won the coveted Caldecott Award for the most distinguished American picture book three times' in 1955 for Cinderella, in 1962 for Once a Mouse, and in 1983 for Shadow. Brown is an artist who uses many mediums. The artwork in each of her three award-winning books was created with different techniques.
The approach was varied according to the age level, but the basic activity was effective for kindergarten through sixth grade. For the younger students the film was shown at one sitting and the story grammar of the film discussed. During a second session, the film was reviewed and the idea of folk literature as evolving stories was discussed. After Little Sister and the Month Brothers was read we were able to compare and contrast the film with the book. The discussion was quite basic with the younger students.
Title : author : publisher : isbn10 | asin : print isbn13 : ebook isbn13 : language : subject publication date : lcc : ddc : subject : Page iii An Author a Month (For Pennies) Sharron L. McElmeel Drawings by Deborah L. McElmeel 1988 Libraries Unlimited, Inc. An exception is made for individual library media specialists and teachers who may make copies for classroom use in a single school. LIBRARIES UNLIMITED, INC. Box 6633 Englewood, CO 80155-6633 1-800-237-6124 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data McElmeel, Sharron L.