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Picturebooks represent a unique visual and literary art form that engages young readers and older readers in many levels of learning and pleasure. This form, however, is changing rapidly and in turn generating new possibilities for teaching and research. Knowledge of recent developments in picturebooks, ways of reading these books, and bridging picturebook forms and innovations with reader response will enable practitioners to initiate fruitful conversations about the importance of picturebooks in the curriculum and inspire new directions in research.
Driggs Wolfenbarger, C., & Sipe, L. (2007). A Unique Visual and Literary Art Form: Recent Research on Picturebooks. Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/gse_pubs/32
Date Posted: 07 February 2007
This document has been peer reviewed.