Volume 3 | Issue 1 | May 2015
This paper examines three picturebook adaptations of Alice in Wonderland for how each of
the new narratives reflects their culturally diverse readerships. The study of these adaptations
and culturally diverse classrooms shows how diverse literature benefits all readers. read more
The article argues for and develops criteria that can help teachers of young learners select
traditional nursery rhymes suitable for language instruction in terms of their content,
accompanying illustrations and language, as well as their potential for development of
activities around the rhyme. read more
Laird, Elizabeth (2006). Oranges in No Man’s Land. London: Macmillan.
Browne, Anthony (2007) Silly Billy. London: Walker BooksViorst, Judith (1995). Alexander, Who is Not (Do You Hear Me? I Mean It!) Going to Move! (Illus. R. P. Glasser ‘in the style of Ray Cruz’). New York: Aladdin Books.
Beverley Naidoo (2000). The Other Side of Truth. London: Puffin Books.