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M.J. Adams, Beginning to read: thinking and learning about print.
N. Atwell, In the middle: new understandings about writing, reading, and learning.
Willis Barnstone, The Poetics of Translation: History, Theory, Practice
Susan Bassnett, & Andre Lefevere (eds.): Translation, History and Culture
Walter Benjamin, Illuminations.
Susan J. Britsch, Daniel R. Meier, Building a Literacy Community: The Role of Literacy and Early Childhood Programs.
John Biguenet & Rainer Schulte (eds.) Theories of Translation: An Anthology of Essays from Dryden to Derrida
– The Craft of Translation
R. Brown, Schools of thought: how the politics of literacy shape thinking in the classroom.
Barbara Comber, What Really Counts in Early Literacy Lessons.
Rachel Blau DuPlessis, The Pink Guitar.
– Writing Beyond the Ending
Umberto Eco, Semiotics and the Philosophy of Language.
Pierre Grange, Dream Time and Other Earthly Signs.
D.H. Graves, Writing: teachers and children at work.
– Write from the Start: Tapping Your Child’s Natural Writing Ability.
Laura M. Justice, Helen K. Ezell, Written Language Awareness in Preschool Children from Low-Income Households.
H.R. Kohl, Should we burn Babar?: essays on children’s literature and the power of stories.
R. Martin, Listening up: reinventing ourselves as teachers and students.
J. Moffett, A student-centered language arts curriculum.
– Teaching the Universe of Discourse.
Walter J. Ong, Orality and Literature
Alicia Ostriker, Stealing the Language
Douglas Robinson, The Translator’s Turn.
– Translation and Taboo. R. Routman, R. Literacy at the crossroads: crucial talk about reading, writing, and other teaching dilemmas.
– Reading Essentials.
P. Shannon, Broken promises: reading.