WOW Review Volume II Issue 2

WOW Review: Hope Amidst Conflict
Volume II, Issue 2
Winter 2010

WOW Review is an electronic journal of critical reviews on children’s and adolescent literature that highlight intercultural understanding and global perspectives.


Table of Contents

Introduction and Editor’s Note

14 Cows for America
Written by Carmen Agra Deedy in collaboration with Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah

Alfred Nobel: The Man behind the Peace Prize
Written by Kathy-Jo Wargin

Climbing the Stairs
Written by Padma Venkatraman

Guji Guji
Written by Chih-Yuan Chen

Iqbal
Written by Francesco D’Adamo

Not My Fault
Written by Leif Kristiansson

A Place Where Sunflowers Grow
Written by Amy Lee-Tai

The Shepherd’s Granddaughter
Written by Anne Laurel Carter

Tasting the Sky: A Palestinian Childhood
Written by Ibtisam Barakat

Wanting Mor
Written by Rukhsana Khan

Contributors
Seemi Aziz, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
Michele Ebersole, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hilo, HI
Holly Johnson, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Prisca Martens, Towson University, Towson, MD
Janelle B. Mathis, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
Srilakshmi Ramakrishnan, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Jean Schroeder, Tucson Unified School District, Tucson, AZ

Editor
Janelle B. Mathis, University of North Texas, Denton, TX

Production Editor
Rebecca K. Ballenger

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WOW review: reading across cultures
ISSN 2577-0527

4 thoughts on “WOW Review Volume II Issue 2

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  2. Alyce Dougan says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book. It shows viewers what its like to live in India during the struggle of WWII. It also shows some of the hardships women faced during this time. While reading this I felt very close to Vidya. I would reccomend this book to anyone especially young teens who are trying to find themselves.

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