Summary Of Classic Child Literature English Literature Essay

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The whole story of the novel is all about number and days of a week. From the story, the caterpillar is seen to be very hungry and at the same time has a different taste on food provided to him. Immediately after it has been hatched out of its egg, the hungry caterpillar starts by eating one apple on Monday. On Tuesday, it takes two pears and on Friday takes five oranges. It later takes ten different foods on Saturday. It later develops a stomach ache due to eating different types of food and takes a leaf. It gets cured and grows to become a very beautiful butterfly. The caterpillar is seen to be very innocent and just obey the rules in place. This assists it to grow without much difficulty. The book tries to teach the young readers about different days in a week and this is just what is required for the growing children.

In this book, Max is the main character here. He involves himself in so many mischief until one day, his mother send him to bed without taking his supper. Max is seen to be so stubborn just like any toddler growing up. He starts by building a tree in his room and goes on until he meets the wild things. Later he starts missing his mother and decides to go back home to search for the mother. The author describes wild features and how they manage to survive on their own. Nature should not only be taught to the children but also to adults. However, when children are exposed to the needs and requirements of nature, they tend to grow with responsible mindset in dealing with their surrounding. The message of nature and its importance should spread all over the world as it directly affects every person. The author brings out a message that there is no better place than your home and preserving nature begins with you at home. People should treat their domestic animals in a better way as they also contribute to nature. Through Max, we are able to see how stubborn the growing children can be in life and through giving punishment like being denied to take supper is not the best solution as the behaviors continue growing worse. When Max has traveled to the other land of the wild, he gets more friends and makes a big party and called it the wild Rumpus. There do much of the howling and dancing with his new friends. He later decides to go home and finds his food still warm.

Author: D. Seuss

Title: Green Eggs and Ham

Copyright Date: 1945

Publication Date: August 12th 1960

Genre: Picture Book

Recommended Age: 3 - 7 years

Activity: The students will color pictures.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 4: The student comprehends a variety of text.

Indicator: 8: Compares and contrasts information.

Subject: Child Literature

The book is full of fun and very entertaining characters. A child is meant to make funny sentences by picking different words and combining them together. There are other games also and with different levels where a child meant to move to the next level if he passes the first level. The main lesson is about color where children are supposed to match same colors together. This book is vital as children will learn very fast about different colors.

Author: Brown, Wise Margaret, Clement Hurd

Title: Goodnight Moon

Copyright Date: 1947

Publication Date: September 1st 2005

Genre: Picture Book

Recommended Age: 1 - 3 years

Activity: The students will identify people from different cultures.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student understands the significance of literature and its contributions to human understanding and culture.

Indicator: 1: Recognizes and discusses cultural elements in books read aloud.

Subject: Child Literature

The book is written in a feminine rhyme and describes how bunny keeps on saying goodnight to different objects. He says goodnight to every object in his sight. Goodnight red balloon, goodnight kitten, goodnight bedroom. This shows how children can be mechanized when they are taught something in school without being told the moral implication. Child should be taught a discipline and told its meaning and usefulness in today's world. This is a very sensitive age as children are at a stage where they copy and imitate everything they see within their surrounding. They do not know how to differentiate the good and the bad deeds. Parents should therefore watch out their language and activities that they do before the child. Children seem to love picture books more than any other books. The story books with poems are not loved so much just like that of biography books. Parents should encourage their children to read all types of books as they are not only helpful but they help the children to develop different types of skills.

Author: Silverstein Shel

Title: The Giving Tree

Copyright Date: 1920

Publication Date: October 7th 1964

Genre: Picture Book

Recommended Age: 6 - 8 years

Activity: The students will write down the common and different aspects of various cultures.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student understands the significance of literature and its contributions to various cultures.

Indicator: 1: Listens to or reads text to connect personal experiences and ideas with those of other cultures in literature.

Subject: Child Literature

In this book, the tree seems to be a selfish giver. It gives out everything it has. It even goes an extra mile of giving to the boy his whole body. The boy seems to be selfish and greedy and very self-centered as he does not mind about giving. He cares more about what he will receive from the tree. The giving tree is a story of a young boy and a tree in the forest. The boy was given everything that he wanted by the tree. The tree even sacrificed himself to the boy when the boy wanted to build a boat. When the boy came back after so many years, the tree had nothing to give but the stump. It even gave the stump to the boy to sit himself. This shows a bad relationship when children always want to receive from his people and has no intention of reciprocating. They receive until parents remain with absolutely nothing to give. The book can also be read by adults as this has a moral teaching that it is not good to leave a tearful life of just giving, with no responsibility. The art of sharing should be a two-way traffic of giving and receiving.

Author: Felicia Bond & Numeroff, Laura Joffe

Title: If you Give a Mouse a Cookie

Copyright Date: 1965

Publication Date: June 30th 1985

Genre: Picture Book

Recommended Age:2 - 10 years

Activity: The students will write the dates of events.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 1: The student uses literary concepts to interpret and respond to text.

Indicator: 2: Identifies and talks about events in the story and why they are important.

Subject: Child Literature.

There is friendship between the child and the mouse. In her book, a small boy shares his cookie with a mouse. The mouse is given a cookie but it goes on to ask for milk. When it is given milk, it asks for a straw. The boy brings the straw to the mouse but instead it goes on and asks for a mirror so that it can see itself while taking the milk. The boy brings the mirror to the mouse but instead of using the mirror provided, it now asks for a scissor to shave his long hair. The story book, however, ends when the mouse asks for a cookie to eat. The story is more cheerful, whimsical and enjoyable. The author uses a lot of humor in his stories and this makes the book to remain more live to the young readers who do not have a lot of concentration. The author knows how to make the children get glued to the book until they fully read it.

Poetry Books

Author: Blake William

Title: Songs of Innocence And of Experience

Copyright Date: 1794

Publication Date: January 1st 2005

Genre: Poetry book

Recommended Age: 2 months - 5 years

Activity: The students will identify people from different cultures.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student understands the significance of literature and its contribution to human understanding and culture.

Indicator: 1: Recognizes and discusses cultural elements in books read aloud.

Subject: Poetry.

Culture has been revealed in poetry books. Song of innocence of experience by William Blake explains how children are brought up and taught how to perform different tasks at a tender age. A child is engaged in activities is a culture that has been in existence. This is seen, especially, in developing countries, which experiences child abuse in larger numbers. Children are forced to work to contribute to the economic wellbeing of a household. The author shows a high degree of how a child should be given care and allowed to make his own decisions. Adults can only play the role of advising but they should not decide for the child. Children have equal rights just like mature people. Sports are also a culture and most children like playing different games of their choice. In the poem, there is a contradicting statement between innocence and experience (Blake, 2005).

Author: Collins Billy

Title: Questions about Angels

Copyright Date: 1991

Publication Date: March 12th 2003

Genre: Poetry book

Recommended Age: 9 - 12 years

Activity: The students will discuss the main themes.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 2: The student comprehends a wide variety of texts.

Indicator: 11: Identifies topic, main idea, and supporting details texts.

Subject: Poetry.

The author, Billy Collins, brings out the theme of honesty in his book, questions about Angels. The book is written in a poetic form. In this line 'the first Geniuses', explains how people of the first era were so honest and respectful. Bill Collins is described as 'heartbreakingly beautiful'. The poem describes a beautiful young lady who had a very long hair and even wonders what to do with it. The poem is so persuasive and entertaining. The audiences are taught the aspect of respect that goes together with beauty (Billy, 2003).

Author: Attar of Nishapur

Title: The conference of the Birds

Copyright Date:1963

Publication Date: July 3rd 1984

Genre: Poetry book

Recommended Age: 6 - 10 years

Activity: The students will describe the traits of each character.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 1: The student uses literary concepts to interpret and respond to text.

Indicator: 1: Identifies and discusses character(s) in literature.

Subject: Poetry.

The birds came to an agreement that they lacked a king; hence they needed to come together and decide on one honest King to lead them. One of the birds volunteers to lead the rest on this tough journey of looking for an honest king. All the birds are led to monarch that was very great and mighty. The author not only brings out the aspect of respect in his poem but also sends a message to the children that courage and hard work goes together. The birds are so active and they do everything as a team. This makes them achieve everything they want. When they decide to call a conference, every one turns up to attend the conference. One of the birds volunteers to lead the team to the new Promised Land in search of a new king. They do not just want a new king but a new honest king. A leader they can entrust on in the future. A theme of leadership is shown here and one of the characteristics that the author has enlightened is that a leader should be honest and hardworking. He should also be one with good listening skills.

Traditional fantasy books

Author: Lewis C. S.

Title: The chronicles of Narnia

Copyright Date: 1943

Publication Date: April 21st 1950

Genre: Traditional fantasy chapter book

Recommended Age: 8 - 12 years

Activity: The students will write down the main themes.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 4: The student comprehends a variety of texts.

Indicator: 10: Retells, determines important events and main ideas from narrative and expository texts.

Subject: Youth Literature.

Lewis talks about fear in childhood stages and says that when he grows up, he will put aside all the fears including childishness. He just brings clearly a lesson that a child should be taught to grow not only physically but psychologically. Being mature in mind is a lesson that is being taught here. This book is a real book and very interesting that makes the young readers to move from the reality world to the world of Narnia. The book is very interesting and can be read by anyone including the adults and the young adults. The book is very imaginative and has a lot of creativity and humor. This is required by not only the children but the adults too. The book has a lot of food for thought for the readers and this is very vital for any story book that aims at sending a message to a learner. The author ensures that he does not over do this as this will only make the book boring for the young readers. He brings this at different intervals. The book brings out clearly the aspect of being aggressive in life and this is what is just needed in the present era. All the children should be enlightened on the aspect of not just working hard but working smart. There are so many who work hard in life but do not just make it. There are those who work smart and just make it to their dreams in life. The issue there fore is all about working smart.

Author: Palahniuk Chuck

Title: Fight Club

Copyright Age: 1996

Publication Date: September 3rd 2005

Genre: Traditional fantasy picture book

Recommended Age: Adults or young adults

Activity: The students will write the traits of each character.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 1: The student uses literary concepts to interpret and respond to text.

Indicator: 1: Identifies and describes character(s) in literature.

Subject: Youth Literature.

Jack is the main character in the story book. Jack is seen suffering from insomnia after he has had too much traveling. He seeks medical support and is seen to get a little bit better. He finds a roommate and starts to stay together. One day, they come into a disagreement and pick up a fight. They find comfort after a fight and opt to start a fighting club. The club grows so fast and they spread branches to other parts of the country. Jack grows financially as much as he has different health problems. Despite his health, he continues fighting in the club. This book shows how one can still be productive to the society despite their health problems. The disease should not be an excuse for one not to be productive. This book is important for those children who have inherited diseases that cannot be treated but can be controlled like asthma, and ulcer.

Author: Bill martin Jr, Archambault John, Ehlert Lois

Title: Chika Chika Boom Boom

Copyright Date: 1989

Publication Date: August 1st 2000

Genre: traditional fantasy chapter Book

Recommended Age: 1 - 3 years

Activity: The students will recite rhymes.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 1: The student uses skills in alphabets to construct meaning from text

Indicator: 1: Identifies sounds of both upper case and lower case letters of the alphabet.

Subject: Child Literature.

The book of Bill martin, 'Chika Chika Boom Boom', brings out the helping hand of all cases. The upper cases assist the lower cases and later end up with a big heap of letters. They name themselves, the uncle, the aunt, papa and mama. The book is a rhythm of lower case words. In this rhythm, the alphabets arrange themselves. A told b and b told c. They decide to meet at the top of the coconut tree and they do this until all the other 23 members decide to follow and at the end of the day, they make a big heap. The heap is so high and the coconut starts by falling off and later, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. This book just gives a step by step education to children who are still learning alphabetical letters. It explains how alphabetical letters are arranged. The author tries to differentiate between the upper and the lower cases. To facilitate this, the children are supposed to be assisted to write the alphabetical letters down on their own and to differentiate between the lower and the upper cases (Ehlert, & Archambault, 2000). In the book written by Hitler, the author brings out how youths worked together to form a strong camp of Hitler. He shows how youth can make a powerful world when they come together as one and speak one language. The shadow of Hitler is seen to be infinite and at the same time enormous. Though many people fought against this system, many lived to serve the repercussions of its long term evil (Roop, 2003).

Biography Chapter Book

Author: Roop Peter

Title: Go Fly a Kite, Ben Franklin

Copyright Date: 1998

Publication Date: January 1st 2003

Genre: Biography chapter book

Recommended Age: 8 - 12 years

Activity: The students will write the traits of each character.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 1: The student uses literary concepts to interpret and respond to text.

Indicator: 1: Identifies and describes character(s) in literature.

Subject: Child Literature.

Benjamin story is narrated and his life is brought up in an interesting manner such that information dealing with dates is eliminated to make the story more appealing to the child. His bibliography is given in a simple manner and his detailed history is ignored to suit the child reading the literature. Benjamin explains vividly how he grew up putting emphasis on the children activities and the task that a child can perform to assist the parents.

Multicultural Picture Books

Author: Al- Abdullah, Rania

Title: The sandwich Swap

Copyright Date: 2010

Publication Date: April 27th 2010

Genre: Multicultural picture book

Recommended Age: 2 months - 15 years

Activity: The students above six years of age will compare aspects of different cultures.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student understands the significance of literature and its contribution to human understanding and culture.

Indicator: 1: Recognizes and discusses cultural elements in books read aloud.

Subject: Literature.

In this book, the Sandwich Swap by Al- Abdullah, we meet two best friends known as called Lily and Salma. They play together and stand by each other's side in happiness or in sorrow. Other writers are inspired by their friendship in that, as much as they do not understand whom they really are, they still stick together. Queen Rania is seen traveling in many countries helping the less fortunate children in different parts of the world. Queen Elizabeth also had a heart for children and spent most of her lives assisting the orphans. She spent most of her life opening schools to assist the needy. The book is also important to adults as friendship is not only for the children but also to the adults. When a child grows up with the foundation of love and friendship, it will be very easy for the child to relate with any person when he or she grows up. This will not only boost the communication skill of the child but will also build the interpersonal skills. The important lesson here is how to keep friends (Al- Abdullah, 2010). The theme of friendship is also brought clearly in this author. In the book, the Sandwich Swap by Al- Abdullah, we meet two best friends known as called Lily and Salma. The book is also important to adults as friendship is not only for the children but also to the adults. When a child grows up with the foundation of love and friendship, it will be very easy for the child to relate with any person when he or she grows up. This will not only boost the communication skill of the child but will also build the interpersonal skills.

Author: Kadir Nelson

Title: We are the Ship: The story of Negro League Baseball

Copyright Date: 1998

Publication Date: January 8th 2008

Genre: Multicultural picture book

Recommended Age: 6 - 11 years

Activity: The students will write down the main themes.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student understands the significance of literature and its contribution to various cultures.

Indicator: 1: Listens to or reads text to connect personal experiences and ideas with those of other cultures in literature.

Subject: Literature on racism.

The story is about Negro. He used to do painting. In his book, there was aspect of independency and discrimination as the alls used was just white. The writer is seen as an every player. He has a device that allows him to go to the stars. He does not seem to suffer from segregation despite the fact that they are neglected. This teaches how there should be no race discrimination and one must not suffer from low profile even if you are the minority in a certain place.

Author: Kipling Rudyard

Title: The jungle book

Copyright Date: 1894

Publication Date: January 8th1992

Genre: Multicultural picture book

Recommended Age: 8 - 9 years

Activity: The students will discuss the main themes.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student understands the significance of literature and its contribution to various cultures.

Indicator: 1: Listens to or reads text to connect personal experiences and ideas with those of other cultures in literature.

Subject: Animal Literature.

In this book, the bear rumbles in the jungle like a thunder. The animals have no law in the jungle and they survive. The animals live peacefully in the jungle and they do not have many problems. The conference of the birds brings out the culture of the birds in their own world. They do most of their activities together like singing. When they realize that they need a new king who is honest, they come together and make their own conference that will assist them have their own king. They insist on togetherness and believe that this is the only thing that will make them realize their dream and see the Promised Land. This has been the culture of birds always as you will see birds flying together and they land at one place.

Two Choices

Author: Christopher Matt

Title: Catcher with a Glass Arm

Copyright Date: 1985

Publication Date: May 30th 1985

Genre: multicultural picture book/ Sports fantasy

Recommended Age: 8 - 12 years

Activity: The students will simulate the roles of the fictional characters.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 4: The student comprehends a variety of texts.

Indicator: 9: Retells or role plays important events and main ideas from narrative and expository texts.

Subject: Sport Literature.

Jody Sinclair plays with Dolphins. He has for so many years enjoyed playing baseball for all his life. The book starts with Jody behind the plate. He moves allover in his thought and the runner leads off. Jody despite the fact that he has been a consistent good catcher, he looses in the second base and this is a threat as he is frightened to be removed from the team if he continues to lose like he has lost. Christopher Matt systematically brings out the importance of games to children. He uses easy examples of games that children should play and at the same time avoid being hurt. Games as much as they are useful, they can turn out to be dangerous and adults should observe their children while playing (Matt, 1985). Karin Lidbeck also brings out the aspect of sports and children here are seen to be participating in the play. The author involves the audience during his writing and ensures they understand, exactly, what the game is all about (Lord, 2008). The book also brings to light the unseen aspects in games. He points out how the less fortunate can be mishandled and mistreated and given poor attendance.

Author: Matt Christopher & Karin Lidbeck

Title: Line Drive to Short

Copyright Date: 1984

Publication Date: April 4th 1995

Genre: multicultural picture book/ Sports fantasy book

Recommended Age: 8 - 12 years

Activity: The students will write down the main themes.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 4: The student comprehends a variety of texts.

Indicator: 10. Identifies the topic and main idea in appropriate-level texts.

Subject: Sport Literature.

The book is about a small boy who loved baseball. He enrolls in one of the teams in town and is seen as the best player as time went by and after he had trained for some time. He receives a call from a stranger after he lost a game telling him that he should shape up. This becomes a challenge to him because he sees that he is going to lose his favorite game. The story teaches the children to be determined in whatever they do and never to lose hope. It also tells them to be active to realize their talents. Hard work is the main lesson here.

Required Texts

Author: White E. B.

Title: Charlotte's web

Copyright date: 1946

Publication date: 23rd June 1970

Genre: Traditional fantasy

Recommended age: 9-12

Activity: The students will write the traits of characters.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: Student uses literary concepts to interpret texts.

Indicator: 1: Identifies and describes character(s) in literature.

Subject: Youth Literature.

The story is about a pig that was clever and thus survived from being slaughtered by a farmer. The big was saved by his friend spider called the charlotte. The spider writes on his web some interesting stories about the pig to persuade the farmer not to slaughter it. Wilbur survives from the slaughter and become a very close friend to the charlotte. The spider however dies during the party and Wilbur carries her eggs home. The eggs hatched at Zuckerman's farm and most of the off springs leave to start their new home but three remain to live with Wilbur as friends. . These were; Aranea, Nellie and Joy. This book has remained so popular on the field of children's literature because of the impact it brings to the young readers. The young readers grasp an aspect of friendship as a virtue and this bounds many children together. The book brings out loyalty as a lesson that should be taught in class. The author explains to the reader that friends do not come from your people or your clan but it goes far than you can imagine and crosses the border of body size and shape. Intelligence must be aped by most people as this may one day bail you from a big trouble. Fern Arable is a character that is brought out like a very courageous girl who actually participated in the saving of Wilbur's life. This is captured at the beginning of the novel.

Author: Lewis C.S.

Title: The lion, the witch and the wardrobe

Copyright Date: 1950

Publication Date: 4th September 1950

Genre: Traditional fantasy

Recommended Age: 9- 12 years

Activity: The students will discuss the main themes.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 4: The student comprehends a variety of texts.

Indicator: 10. Identifies the topic and main idea in appropriate-level texts.

Subject: Youth Literature.

There are four main characters namely; Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. The four children lived with their mother but they separated during war. They leave their home together to find refugee in another place and meet a man who lived in a big house. Inside the big house, there were so many rooms and in one of the rooms, Lucy finds a wardrobe. Her curiosity makes her go inside the wardrobe. Inside the wardrobe, she meets a fawn that was called Thomas. Thomas receives her calmly and gives her food and drinks. When Lucy leaves the wardrobe, she was so excited and went and told her brothers and sisters about the wardrobe wonders. One day, Peter her brother decides to follow Lucy inside the wardrobe. Peter is equally received well by the queen of Narnia and is given food to eat. The children decide to go and tell the owner of the house about the wardrobe but he does not look surprised by their stories. One day, when the four children were inside the wardrobe, they were taken by the beavers to the dam. The fawn had been kidnapped by the evil witch. They then decide to go and seek help from Father Christmas who gives them a magic portion that can heal the dead. It led to a fight between the lion team and the witch team but the lion team stood up to be the winners. The children later become the kings and queens of the new land. This book is very exciting as it takes the young readers to various activities inside and outside the wardrobe. The children should be enlightened that in this world, there are good and bad activities and that they should be very observant when choosing what activities to indulge while growing up. Theme of Christianity is shown here.

Author: Pam Ryan

Title: Esperanza Rising

Copyright Date: 2001

Publication Date: June 1, 2002

Genre: Biography chapter book

Recommended Age: 9- 12 years

Activity: The students will outline the setting of the story.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 1: The student uses literary concepts to interpret and respond to text.

Indicator: 2: Identifies and describes setting.

Subject: American History and Literature.

Pam Ryan factiously uses the life of her own grandmother to tell a story about her background. She tells a story of her grandmother's fall from riches to rags after the Mexico's revolution. In her grandmother's effort to survive the great depression, she immigrates to the United States, where she works in the Mexican labor camp. She faces numerous and insurmountable challenges such as fear, poverty and prejudice.

The author keeps the book live with its language and the beautiful imagery used. The use of historical events during the difficult moments of American is presented with candid approach to language and imagery. She makes the book to look more traditional and presents the historical struggle Americans faced in their attempts to fight for equality and justice.

Author: Susan Bartoletti

Title: Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow

Copyright Date: 2004

Publication Date: April 1, 2005

Genre: Genre: Biography chapter book

Recommended Age: 10- 14 and young adults

Activity: The students will discuss authorial intent.

Standard: 1: Reading.

Benchmark: 4: The student comprehends a variety of texts.

Indicator: 12: Explains the author's purpose.

Subject: History and Youth Literature.

In this book, Susan is approaching the book with an encouraging voice to the youth in a non-fiction manner. She suggests a new beginning to the youth's power and thinks that some people may begin to wonder if another youth with Hitler characteristics rise to power within the shoulders of the youth. Susan believes that it is only the youth who have the powers to determine their destiny, by avoiding another Hitler-type leadership. She describes what happened after World War II, through individual youth biography.

Author: Cynthia Lord

Title: Rules

Copyright Date: 2006

Publication Date: April 2006

Genre: multicultural picture book

Recommended Age: 9 - 12 years

Activity: The students will write traits of characters.

Standard: 2: Literature.

Benchmark: 2: The student uses literary concepts to interpret text.

Indicator: 1: Identifies describes character(s) in literature.

Subject: Youth Literature.

Cynthia Lord has an enviable approach when she focuses on issues such as friendship, honesty, acceptance, and diversity in the book, Rules. In the book, a 12-year-old Catherine is in search of a normal and ordinary life amidst the challenge of having a handicapped brother. She puts a lot of effort to help her brother, David, learn the rules of life. The book is humorous all through, signifying an enthusiastic Cynthia in her debut book. She expresses sensitivity within people's feelings and finding acceptance within the society and beyond the traditional rules of life.

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