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Fantasy Literature in the Classroom: Strategies for Reading, Writing and Responding

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This book will introduce you to the possibilities of fantasy literature. Included is background information on folktales, fairy tales, novels, and authors as well as practical language arts activities to use with your own class in terms of strategies for Reading, Writing, and Responding.
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Published April 1st 1996 by Scholastic
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