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Abstract

High school speech instructors frequently use picture storybooks in their curriculum. Picture storybooks differ from illustrated storybooks and picture books because they are the only type of the three that includes a balanced union between text and illustrations. An observation made at a high school speech contest in Iowa was the impetus for the formation of a bibliography of picture storybooks suitable for speech contest work. The researcher located, read, annotated, and categorized books reviewed in The Horn Book Magazine between 1989 and 1992. Of the 497 books read, 363 formed a bibliography of picture storybooks divided among these categories: dramatic acting; humorous acting; poetry, dramatic; poetry, humorous; poetry, seriocomic; prose, dramatic; prose, humorous; prose, seriocomic; storytelling, dramatic; storytelling, humorous; and storytelling, seriocomic. The suitability of many titles for speech communications coursework was expected; the difficulty of locating the books was not.

Year of Submission

1993

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Department

Division of School Library Studies

First Advisor

Barbara R. Safford

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Date Original

7-14-1993

Object Description

1 PDF file (iv, 234 pages)

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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