Appalachian Children's Literature: An Annotated Bibliography by Roberta T. Herrin

By Roberta T. Herrin

This finished bibliography comprises books written approximately or set in Appalachia from the 18th century to the current. Titles characterize the total zone as outlined by means of the Appalachian neighborhood fee, together with parts of thirteen states stretching from southern big apple to northern Mississippi. The bibliography is prepared in alphabetical order by means of writer, and every identify is observed by means of an annotation, so much of which come with composite studies and demanding analyses of the paintings. All vintage genres of kid's literature are represented.

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Birmingham, AL: Seacoast, 2006. 3–6 Included in the Alabama Roots Biography series, Bates’ biography presents an examination of the life and career of William L. Yancey, American journalist and politician who campaigned for the state of Alabama to secede from the Union. Bathurst, Dana Brewer Eva Dykes: A Star to Show the Way, illus. by John Gilbert. Huntsville, AL: Writers Consortium, 1989. D. In 1944 Dr. Dykes joined the faculty of Oakwood College in Huntsville, Alabama, where she chaired the English Department.

Atkinson, Eleanor Johnny Appleseed: The Romance of the Sower, illus. by Frank T. Merrill. New York: Harper, 1915. ” While Atkinson’s “prose account” is a “pedestrian rendering,” it is nevertheless “a better introduction to the historic legend” than other versions. Merrill’s illustrations “assist but do not distinguish the story,” which overall contains “a certain substitution of sentiment and patriotism for poetry and universal ‘moral’” (The Three Owls, Volume III. New York: Coward-McCann, 1931).

Good index and bibliography. (RH) Bennett, Paul Follow the River. New York: Orchard, 1987. 7–up Bennett’s first novel receives mixed reviews for its plot and writing style. Set in a small Ohio town, the book is divided into four sections, one each for 1930, 1934, 1936, and 1937. ) Harry Lighthorse Lee is one of seven children born into a poverty-stricken family; Harry falls for Nancy Sutton, the beautiful daughter of a banker and an alcoholic mother. ” “Not a bad first novel, but it has a concocted quality (Bulletin, Feb.

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