Books For Youth In A Digital AgeBook - 1999
This 2007 award winner shows how printed books are changing in step with positive developments in the digital world, and how librarians, teachers, and parents can recognize and appreciate good books for youth that: break barriers with accurate presentations of material previously unavailable in children's literature; create connections for and among young people; and use digital design to open the way for a new kind of reading and understanding, with sophisticated graphics and multilayered, nonlinear stories and information.
Publisher: New York : H.W. Wilson Co., 1999.
Characteristics: xxiv, 344 p. ;,26 cm.
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