The facts are stark—in 2005, the United States lost a major city; thousands of lives that could have been saved were lost, ... Cartoon Guide series and Cartoon History series (1991–present, 15-volume series, paperback; OverDrive) The ...
Author: Matthew Z. Wood
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Comic Book Collections and Programming is an essential reference for collections librarians, children’s librarians, and teen librarians, whether they are comics-lovers or have never read an issue. It covers the practical realities of this non-traditional format, like binding, weeding, and budgeting.
... 630 Cartoon History of the Modern World, The, 624 Cartoon History of the United States, The, 624 Cartoon History of the Universe, 624 Cartoon History Series, 624 Cartoon Introduction to Philosophy, 640 Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton, ...
Author: Michael Pawuk
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections
Publishers are creating new comic guide series that are not directed towards traditional comic readers but geared ... would later publish Gonick's Cartoon History III) and Ilan Stavans and Lalo Alcaraz's Latino U.S.A.: A Cartoon History ...
Author: Randy Duncan
Category: Social Science
This book explores how the heroes and villains of popular comic books—and the creators of these icons of our culture—reflect the American experience out of which they sprang, and how they have achieved relevance by adapting to, and perhaps influencing, the evolving American character. • Includes contributions from 70 expert contributors and leading scholars in the field, with some of the entries written with the aid of popular comic book creators themselves • Provides sidebars within each entry that extend readers' understanding of the subject • Offers "Essential Works" and "Further Reading" recommendations • Includes a comprehensive bibliography
THE CARTOON HiSTORY OF THE UNiVERSE, VOLUMES 1-7 THE CARTOON HiSTORY OF THE UNiVERSE II, VOLUMES 8-13 THE CARTOON ... part 1 the cartoon history of the modern world, part 2 THE CARTOON HiSTORY OF THE UNiTED STATES the cartoon guide to ...
Author: Larry Gonick
Publisher: The New Press
Category: Business & Economics
PAPERBACK ORIGINAL From the bestselling cartoonist of The Cartoon History of the Universe comes an explosive graphic takedown of capitalism Bestselling “overeducated cartoonist” Larry Gonick has delighted readers for years with sharp, digestible, and funny accounts of everything from the history of the universe to the intricacies of calculus. Now Gonick teams up with psychologist and scholar Tim Kasser to create an accessible and pointed cartoon guide to how global, privatizing, market-worshiping hypercapitalism threatens human well-being, social justice, and the planet. But Gonick and Kasser don’t stop at an analysis of how the economic system got out of whack—they also point the way to a healthier future. A primer for the post-Occupy generation, Hypercapitalism draws from contemporary research on values, well-being, and consumerism to describe concepts (corporate power, free trade, privatization, deregulation) that are critical for understanding the world we live in, and movements (voluntary simplicity, sharing, alternatives to GDP, protests) that have developed in response to the system. Gonick and Kasser’s pointed and profound cartoon narratives provide a deep exploration of the global economy and the movements seeking to change it, all rendered in clear, graphic—and sometimes hilarious—terms.
A Bibliographic Guide to Book-length Comics D. Aviva Rothschild ... 256 Cartoon Guide to Genetics, 257 Cartoon Guide to (Non)Communication, 244 Cartoon Guide to Physics, 258 Cartoon History of the United States, 249 Cartoon History of ...
Author: D. Aviva Rothschild
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
The first of its kind, this annotated guide describes and evaluates more than 400 works in English. Rothschild's lively annotations discuss important features of each work-including the quality of the graphics, characterizations, dialogue, and the appropriate audience-and introduces mainstream readers to the variety and quality of graphic novels, helps them distinguish between classics and hackwork, and alerts experienced readers to material they may not have discovered. Designed for individuals who need information about graphic novels and for those interested in acquiring them, this book will especially appeal to librarians, booksellers, bookstore owners, educators working with teen and reluctant readers, as well as to readers interested in this genre.
A Jew in Communist Prague: 3. Rebellion. New York: NBM Comics Lit. Gonick, L. (1991). The Cartoon History of the United States. New York: HarperPerennial. Gonick, L., & Criddle, C. (2004). The Cartoon Guide to Chemistry.
Author: Sharon Kane
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The 3rd Edition of Literacy & Learning in the Content Areas helps readers build the knowledge, motivation, tools, and confidence they need as they integrate literacy into their middle and high school content area classrooms. Its unique approach to teaching content area literacy actively engages preservice and practicing teachers in reading and writing and the very activities that they will use to teach literacy to their own studentsin middle and high school classrooms . Rather than passively learning about strategies for incorporating content area literacy activities, readers get hands-on experience in such techniques as mapping/webbing, anticipation guides, booktalks, class websites, and journal writing and reflection. Readers also learn how to integrate children's and young adult literature, primary sources, biographies, essays, poetry, and online content, communities, and websites into their classrooms. Each chapter offers concrete teaching examples and practical suggestions to help make literacy relevant to students' content area learning. Author Sharon Kane demonstrates how relevant reading, writing, speaking, listening, and visual learning activities can improve learning in content area subjects and at the same time help readers meet national content knowledge standards and benchmarks.
Bio-bibliographical Guide to Current Writers in Fiction, General Nonfiction, Poetry, Journalism, Drama, Motion Pictures, Television, and Other Fields. ... The Cartoon Guide to U.S. History , Harper ( New York , NY ) , Volume I ...
A biographical and bibliographical guide to current writers in all fields including poetry, fiction and nonfiction, journalism, drama, television and movies. Information is provided by the authors themselves or drawn from published interviews, feature stories, book reviews and other materials provided by the authors/publishers.
The mid 1930s saw the first cartoon " stars , ” and Warner Liahna Babener Brothers , with the help of Mel Blanc's voice ... running series Inkwell series ' Koko the Klown and Felix the Cat . of cartoon specials in television history .
Author: William Labov
Publisher: Popular Press
Category: Social Science
"To understand the history and spirit of America, one must know its wars, its laws, and its presidents. To really understand it, however, one must also know its cheeseburgers, its love songs, and its lawn ornaments. The long-awaited Guide to the United States Popular Culture provides a single-volume guide to the landscape of everyday life in the United States. Scholars, students, and researchers will find in it a valuable tool with which to fill in the gaps left by traditional history. All American readers will find in it, one entry at a time, the story of their lives."--Robert Thompson, President, Popular Culture Association. "At long last popular culture may indeed be given its due within the humanities with the publication of The Guide to United States Popular Culture. With its nearly 1600 entries, it promises to be the most comprehensive single-volume source of information about popular culture. The range of subjects and diversity of opinions represented will make this an almost indispensable resource for humanities and popular culture scholars and enthusiasts alike."--Timothy E. Scheurer, President, American Culture Association "The popular culture of the United States is as free-wheeling and complex as the society it animates. To understand it, one needs assistance. Now that explanatory road map is provided in this Guide which charts the movements and people involved and provides a light at the end of the rainbow of dreams and expectations."--Marshall W. Fishwick, Past President, Popular Culture Association Features of The Guide to United States Popular Culture: 1,010 pages 1,600 entries 500 contributors Alphabetic entries Entries range from general topics (golf, film) to specific individuals, items, and events Articles are supplemented by bibliographies and cross references Comprehensive index
The Golden Legacy series of 16 books is still available and even bound together in a hardback. Fitzgerald, Paul. 2009. ... Gonick, Larry. 1987*1988. Cartoon Guide to US. History. New York: Barnes and Noble Books. Gonick, Larry. 1990.
Author: Carrye Kay Syma
Category: Literary Criticism
Sequential art combines the visual and the narrative in a way that readers have to interpret the images with the writing. Comics make a good fit with education because students are using a format that provides active engagement. This collection of essays is a wide-ranging look at current practices using comics and graphic novels in educational settings, from elementary schools through college. The contributors cover history, gender, the use of specific graphic novels, practical application and educational theory. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
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Author: J. Michael Waller
The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.