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|Title: ||The Bus Trip: children's literature and the roadmap for emancipation|
|Authors: ||Balca, Angela|
|Editors: ||López-Andrada, Concepción|
|Keywords: ||Literatura infantil|
Educação para a cidadania
|Issue Date: ||2020|
|Publisher: ||López-Andrada, C. (Org.) (2020). Un viaje a través de las culturas letradas subversivas y de resistência (pp. 80-93). Santiago do Chile: Ediciones CELEI.|
|Abstract: ||In this study we will focus on works by authors/illustrators, published in recent
years, and coming from different contexts at the global level, addressing the
contribution of children's literature to the social and civic education of young
people.In this study, we propose to approach two
children's books: Last Stop on Market Street (2015), by American authors Matt de la
Peña and Christian Robinson and Rosa Parks' Bus (2011), signed by Italian authors
Fabrizio Silei and Maurizio Quarello.
The objectives of this study are to introduce two contemporary children's books,
written on two different continents (America and Europe), but whose narrative
contents are similar; to understand what values and messages are being shared
with young readers; to understand the importance of these books for the civic
education of children.
Our hermeneutic analysis will focus on the books' texts and illustrations, with the
aim of interpreting the themes, messages and values they contain.|
|Appears in Collections:||CIEP - Publicações - Capítulos de Livros|
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