Sustainability in Children's and Young Adult Literature: An Analysis of Environmental Themes
The author will present an analysis of environmental themes in recent children's and young adult narrative literature, with some outstanding examples.
||Sustainability Values, Children's Books, Young Adult Books, Children's Literature, Environmental Education
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.129-138.
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Professor Lechner teaches children's literature and reference in the Auburn University's College of Education. She has researched and written on the topics of award winning science trade-books, international/multicultural literature, and biographies. Most recently she has edited and has written cross-cultural introductions for Allyn & Bacon Anthology of Traditional Literature, 2004. Environmental sustainability has been a long-standing interest and concern of hers, and she has compiled several bibliographies of environmental literature in support of Earth Day celebrations at Auburn University.
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