Facing the Black Child: The Bold Direction of Twenty-First-Century Picturebooks

Michelle H. Martin

Abstract


Years ago, as a Clemson University assistant professor of English, I assigned a service learning project to my students, all of whom were upper-class education majors who would become classroom teachers within a few years of taking my Children’s Literature course. Each student visited our local Head Start for three quarters of the sixteen-week semester to read one-on-one with a child.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/cal.16.3.3

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