Open a book . . .
Open a mind . . .
Open the world!
Worlds of Words builds bridges across global cultures through children’s and adolescent literature.
May’s WOW Currents begins with a story by Valerie Muñoz, a preservice teacher from the University of South Carolina. In Los Hermigueros, Muñoz takes us into her childhood memory — a memory of when she became aware that she is an immigrant.
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My Take/Your Take
The My Take/Your Take for April is aligned with the upcoming WOW Review issue on picturebooks. These book discussions will help readers discover new picturebooks from varying award and honor lists that call for different perspectives and insights.
Reviewers consider some of their favorite stories from 2016 in the latest issue of WOW Review, Volume IX Issue 3, casting a light on a number of the most compelling and innovative books of the previous year. In this issue, reviewers reflect on the books that they felt were full of novel perspective, keen insight, and fresh ideas to encourage readers to consider their own outlook in the context of a greater world.
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The latest issue of WOW Stories: Connections from the Classroom, Global Literacy Communities: Pursuing Critical Questions using Global Literature, examines how stories, both personal and literary, invite students to explore themselves and their relationship to global issues and cultures.
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