'It's not all black and white': Postmodern picture books and new literacies

Anstey, Michele
March 2002
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy;Mar2002, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p444
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of postmodern picture books in teaching new literacies. Background on new literacies and literacy education; Literacy devices that are found in picture books; Analysis of the picture book 'Black and White,' by David Macaulay.


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