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Historical fiction covering little-known history like this is vital for bringing this knowledge to a new generation.
Seeking full-length GNs. Contemporary realism is welcome too with those strong hooks. For writers, we'd like to see graphic novel scripts.
Guidelines here: leeandlow. Also, fuse8 has pointed out the dearth of black boys in MG. Let us see more black boy heroes! May 7, May 23, Internet Speculative Fiction Database.
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Download as PDF Printable version. So, in , we worked with Dr. Susan Willcox, non-profit consultant and expert in youth development practices and critical pedagogy, to create the DreamYard Art Center Framework.
These are questions that can be used in any classroom regardless of the background of the students. They invite the learning community to examine themselves; their world and their role as agents of change.
Education either functions as an instrument which is used to facilitate integration of the younger generation into the logic of the present system and bring about conformity or it becomes the practice of freedom, the means by which men and women deal critically and creatively with reality and discover how to participate in the transformation of their world.
Who needs social justice education? We all do. This work requires that all hands be on deck—. They include:. As a result these characters as well as many of the supporting ones have a raw, sensitive and resilient nature.
Their voices range from honest to virtuous to humorous. These central characters, mainly female, are paramount to keeping the family together, yet they have an independent spirit that is wild as the wind.
However, there is a balancing act to these characters; they are trying to be the good responsible daughter, yet yearn to break off from the family to create their own destinies.
The other quality that makes her books a great contribution to libraries, the Latino community and to young adult literature, is how McCall embraces the Mexican cultural experience through her free style poetry or fantastical prose.
With a growing Latino population, incorporating stories that embrace Mexican culture is an important feature for librarians to consider.
It also plays a significant aspect for young adult readership. Through this experience McCall reinforces the struggles and stereotypes that comes along with straddling American and Mexican culture.
It means being their for each other. Lupita reinforces the connected concept that is prevalent within the culture and puts it out their unapologetically.
She challenges her friends idea of what it means to be Mexican and puts her own individual stamp on it. To write them in any other language would feel unnatural.
While these elements are predominate throughout the story, the subplot supports the characters staying connected and together, which is indicative of Latino culture.
McCall leads the reader on an adventure that begins with Odilia the eldest and her four sisters discovering a dead man while swimming in Eagle Pass, Texas the same town where McCall grew up.
Many of them are of the female persuasion. In addition, the eldest sister is the matriarch of the family and watches over her sisters, while their mother — who was left by her husband to raise the children alone — works full time.
All of the central characters have tremendously strong personalities that simultaneously crash and flow into one another. These factors are important within the context of the story and from a Latina feminist perspective.
Why do they get to go on adventures? I wanted to see if I could take one of the greatest stories ever told—a male-oriented story—and turn it upside down to make it all about the power of being female.
Odilia, Juanita, Velia, Delia and Pita have vibrant, varied personalities that expand and contract with the story. While they bicker with each other a lot through the story, they come together when they need to; one example is when the nagual — a warlock — traps them in a cave and they defeat him by singing an ancient Aztec song.
In doing so, she has created a subgenre of fantasy for the young adult Latino community, which speaks exclusively to them.
This is something for librarians to take notice of and scrutinize for their users. While the book encompasses a legacy of iconic religious La Virgen de la Cueva and Aztec figures Tonantzin , there are several other characteristics and themes that McCall explores and draws out through the adventures and characters in the book.
While these topics are sometimes difficult, they are in keeping with the themes of young adult literature.
McCall allows the characters to arch and develop through these difficulties, which helps make them three-dimensional and identifiable with readers.
The role of hero is up for grabs, and we mean to take our shot. Examples, you ask? Killer of Enemies is an Apache steampunk thriller. Summer of the Mariposas is a sisterhood adventure that mixes The Odyssey and Mexican folklore in a modern-day setting.
Interested yet? The Tu imprint spans many genres: science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and more.