What's a good book?: selecting books for children

United States, 1982

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Various librarians and writers give their opinions as to what constitutes good reading material for children. Shows the decision-making process behind the selection of books for children’s libraries and stresses the need to consider why children like particular books. Suitable for tertiary/teacher level.

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Weston Woods Studios

producer/director

Joanna Foster

Duration

00:26:00:00

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United States
Production dates
1982

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