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Far away from the tigers : a year in the classroom with internationally adopted children

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Katch,Jane

Source:

University of Chicago Press, Chicago, p.161 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LC3723 .K38 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9169095

Keywords:

Adopted children--Education--United States, Adopted children--Education--United States--Psychological aspects, Early childhood education--United States

Abstract:

Contents: The lucky ones -- Happily ever after -- A long road -- All alone -- Gray days in Russia -- Jasper's first stories -- Lucky boy, lucky boy -- Stories, rules, and land mines -- The mama business -- Gravity -- The story of robot dog -- The birthday rule -- Conversations: flexibility -- Teaching him stuff -- Land mines -- Conversations: bringing adoption into the classroom -- Far away from the tigers -- One telephone overboard -- One baby penguin -- Exploded -- No animals in the bank -- Treasure hunt -- Storms and skunks -- Drumming -- Caleb's rules -- The secret key -- A little bit scary -- Little peep -- Fire! -- Uncle Caleb's time out -- They played -- A new school year -- Epilogue: two years later.

Publication Language:

eng