Women in the World: Annotated History Resources for the Secondary Student (Hardback)
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Women in the World: Annotated History Resources for the Secondary Student (Hardback)

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Hardback 228 Pages / Published: 01/09/1990
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This book provides reviews of readily available and recent materials on women in history and in contemporary life.

Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810820500
Number of pages: 228
Weight: 866 g
Dimensions: 289 x 220 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Seldom does one encounter a bibliography such as this-it is a delight to read from cover to cover! Attractively designed...So well organized that the 'How to Use' section is appreciated rather than essential. * American Reference Books Annual *
nnotations are well done...There is no comparable work available with the coverage of omen in the World...This is the first tailored for students. High school social studies programs will find this extremely useful... * Booklist *
Every junior and senior high school library should benefit from this much needed resource...A valuable tool...The layout of the book is clear and attractive with beautiful small line dawings on nearly every page. Excellent. * VOYA *
...Its organization and indexing make it useful when planning units on women in particular countries or international regions. * Wilson Library Bulletin *
...A truly useful reference or curriculum development tool...Titles selected are well balanced...and are selected because they tell interesting, authentic stories...Can be confidently recommended to students as well as faculty because of the attractive design, ease of use, and annotations that are not bogged down in deadly 'teacherese.' Highly recommended. * The Book Report *
...Easy to use... Selection of books and authors was wonderful...I would give this book a 4-star rating and highly recommend it to teachers at the Junior and Senior-high level. * Center for Middle Eastern Studies *
The volume's design...is a refreshing change from most academic reference books. While this guide is targeted at practicing teachers and will therefore find a natural home in school professional collections and academic libraries supporting education majors, the inclusion of many adult-level books in its listings makes it a wise pruchase for general lower-division college libraries. * Feminist Collections: A Quarterly Of Women's Studies Resources *
...A much-needed bibliography...suggestions on how to use the available resources reflect the editors' many years of experience in the classroom...An invaluable and handy resource for teachers exploring women's history with their students. * Institute For Historical Study Newsletter *
Strongly recommended for collection development in both school and public libraries. * Teacher Librarian *

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