Award Winners, Adults versus Children
In my head, it seems as though the books chosen by children can be captured and deeply appreciated in an independent read. The adult award winners sometimes require a little help, some students may like these books on their own, but these books are great for literature studies in class. A teacher can help bring out the allusions, literary elements, and depth to help the students gain true appreciation.
I have loved books from both lists, and I think all of the books are of high quality. I think children vote for the books that they read on their own and loved. Adults vote on the books that are the best literature (if that can be quantified).
Worth reading the whole post. far-to-fall offers a balanced perspective, not the usual knee-jerk rejection of literary children literature that’s been so prevalent in the wake of the Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! dramz.
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