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DC Comics Super Heroes and Villains: Fandex Deluxe (Fandex Family Field Guides)Celebrate 75 years of DC Comics with an obsessive Fandex Deluxe: a supersized deck of 75 iconic heroes and villains whose power over the popular imagination has never been stronger.The gang’s all here: Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Green Lantern, Captain Marvel, Justice League of America, the Flash. So are their nemeses―the Joker, Catwoman, Mr. Freeze, Lex Luthor, Cheetah, Brainiac, Poison Ivy, Deathstroke. Meticulously researched, with layers of information covering orig…

A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Love“Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.”–Author Emilie BuchwaldFilled with beautifully illustrated reviews and a wealth of recommendations, A Parent’s Guide to the Best Kids’ Comics lovingly and thoughtfully reveals a world of graphic novels sure to capture the imagination and curiosity of your child.Children’s literature experts and library professionals Scott Robins and Snow Wildsmith select and review 100 age-appropriate books, and recommend another 750 titles for children f…

Your Guide to Superheroes (Fiction Readers)Next time you’re having a bad day or don’t want to clean your room, call one of the superheroes in this book! Early readers will love the hilarious descriptions of each of these imaginative, unique superheroes. With captivating illustrations and a succinct advertisement for each character, children will be excited to read each profile. These amazing superheroes can help you with everything from carrying your heavy backpack to helping you fall asleep each night.About Shell Education Rachelle Crac…

Visual Journeys Through Wordless Narratives: An International Inquiry With Immigrant Children and The ArrivalImmigration is an ongoing, global phenomenon and schools and teachers in host countries must continually find new ways of working with the increasing numbers of immigrant pupils, including refugees and asylum seekers. Language and literacy are crucial for inclusion in a new context but these must be developed in spaces where these children feel safe to explore themes that resonate with their experiences; to express their understanding and to engage in intercultural exchange. Visual Journeys Thro…

What are you staring at?: A Comic About Restorative Justice in SchoolsDesigned for use in schools, this comic teaches children about restorative justice through the story of Jake and Ryan. After a misunderstanding between Jake and Ryan leads to a fight in the playground, both boys are left feeling angry and fearful about what might happen when they see each other again. Rather than keeping Jake and Ryan apart, their teacher arranges a restorative meeting to allow the boys to understand the situation from the other’s perspective and transform their negative emotion…

Bad Teachers: The Essential Guide for Concerned ParentsThrough sample situations and a wealth of information on today’s educational system, Guy Strickland–a teacher and school administrator for over 30 years–offers a practical approach to determine if a child’s learning roadblocks stem from a bad teacher, and if so, how to solve that problem right away….

Much Ado About Nothing: Teacher's Book (Graphic Shakespeare)Aimed at pupils who are studying Much Ado About Nothing for the first time, this literature guide provides a straightforward explanation of the text that carefully leads students through the play to reach a better understanding and appreciation of it.  York Notes, the ultimate best-selling literature guides, are a useful background for both quick-reference and insightful interpretations….