Open a book . . .
Open a mind . . .
Open the world!
Worlds of Words builds bridges across global cultures through children’s and adolescent literature.
This month’s WOW Currents discuss the immediate and lasting effects of World War II with a focus on the Arizona experience. These posts coincide with WOW’s “Code Making and Perspective Taking” exhibit, open until December 15.
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My Take/Your Take
This month, Gail Pritchard and Deborah Dimmett explore Morally Complicated YA Literature. Each week’s installation discusses a new story involving characters in morally ambiguous and multi-faceted situations. The conversation starts with The Bombs That Brought Us Together by Brian Conaghan.
Take a look at our newest issue of WOW Review, Volume IX, Issue 1 to consider how literature has the power to unlock potential, open possibilities, allow for discovery, and set one free–as well as to close doors.
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The latest issue of WOW Stories: Connections from the Classroom, Building Bridges Across Multiple Worlds, examines how stories, both personal and literary, invite students to explore themselves and their relationship to global issues and cultures.
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