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Campbell's Scoop: Reflections on Young Adult Literature (Studies in Young Adult Literature) (Inglés) Tapa dura – 19 feb 2010

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One of the foremost authorities in the field has compiled her essays, articles, and major speeches into one convenient and comprehensive work. Campbell was on the forefront during the 'coming of age' of young-adult literature and young adult services. Her essays encompass a variety of subjects, including the history of the literature, her experiences as editor of the Twayne series, and her work with ALA and ALAN. Campbell's writings provide a glimpse into the inner circle of publishing for teens, library organizations, and many prominent literary publications dedicated to the literature. Her perspective after 40 years in the field is fascinating, funny, and enlightening. The text is organized effectively with multiple indexes including author, title, and subject. This is an enjoyable read for long-time librarians and an eye-opener for those newer to the profession. School Library Journal This resource represents the accumulated wisdom of a veteran librarian, author, speakers, critic, and young pioneer of young adult services. Campbell's Scoop is a solidly useful professional title that weighs in on a diversity of topics. [It] is timeless...the information will not become dated and breadth of the articles makes the collection relevant to a wide audience. Readers...will be rewarded with a fascinating glimpse into the thoughts and observations of a veteran. VOYA

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At the request of her many fans, Patty Campbell, editor of the Scarecrow Studies in Young Adult Literature series, has selected some of her best essays, articles, columns, and speeches in Campbell's Scoop. These pieces define the boundaries between children's and adult literature and review the trends, censorship, problems, and glories of the genre. Other essays reflect on some concerns and interests of young adult literature as it has matured: the verse novel, ambivalent endings, violence, the sometimes dubious value of awards and honor lists, the graphic novel, and the difficulties of the genre's recent overwhelming success. A section titled "Inside ALA" looks at the author's many years of service to that organization with, among other pieces, a firsthand look at the Best Books committee at work and a report of her attempt to unite booksellers and librarians in common cause. Many of these selections show the idiosyncratic wit and passion that have made Campbell's column a favorite with Horn Book readers: an exploration of the meaning of the glut of YA novels with death as a theme or character; an indignant denunciation of the fictional abuse of animals; a snarky analysis of "chick lit;" and a technical review from the belly-dancing critic of a YA novel featuring that ancient art. On a more serious note, Campbell pleads for what she calls "Godsearch" in books for teens and pays tribute to her late friend Robert Cormier. Without question, the essays in Campbell's Scoop provide readers with the unique insights of an advocate who is passionate about young adult literature and its future.

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