ALAN Review - Volume 29 Number 3

Spring/Summer 2002

  • Complete Issue PDF [19.9 MB]
  • Table of Contents PDF [122 KB]
  • Instructions for Authors PDF [339 KB]
  • A Note from the Editor PDF [447 KB] HTML [11 KB]

An Interview with Author/Screen Writer David Klass
Sissi Carroll PDF[1.3 MB] HTML[30 KB]
Interdisciplinary Connections:
Learning History Through Literary Memoir
Jim Brewbaker, Editor, Jinx Stapleton Watson PDF[1.5 MB] HTML[35 KB]
Grief, Thought, & Appreciation: Re-examining Our Values Amid Terrorism Through The Giver
Angela Beumer Johnson, Jeffery W. Kleismit, Antje J. Williams PDF[1.5 MB] HTML[34 KB]
Anne and Me: A Frank Talk with Writers Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld
Melissa Comer PDF[1.2 MB] HTML[30 KB]
Is Robin Hood Alive in Your Classroom?
Sharon E. Royer PDF[993 KB] HTML[22 KB]
Clip and File YA Book Reviews
Jeff Kaplan, Editor PDF[4.4 MB] HTML[52 KB]
The Urban Experience in Recent Young Adult Novels
Sandra Hughes-Hassell and Sandy L. Guild PDF[1.5 MB] HTML[37 KB]
Facilitating Student Connections to Judith Ortiz Cofer's The Line of the Sun and Esmeralda Santiago's Almost a Woman
Denise E. Agosto PDF[1.0 MB] HTML[23 KB]

A Tribute to Virginia Hamilton PDF[195 KB] HTML[6 KB]
Monk, Bird, 'Trane, and Miles: Jazz in the English Language Arts Program
Francis E. Kazemek PDF[1.3 MB] HTML[32 KB]
Popular Postmodernism for Young Adult Readers: Walk Two Moons, Holes, and Monster
Stephenie Yearwood PDF[1.2 MB] HTML[27 KB]
The Publisher Connection:
Rumbles! Bangs! Crashes! The Roar of Censorship

M. Jerry Weiss, Editor PDF[1.2 MB] HTML[29 KB]
Non-Print YAL Connection:
Audio Books in the Classroom: Bridging between Language Arts and Social Studies

Jean E. Brown, Editor PDF[606 KB] HTML[15 KB]