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The Secret Life of Stories: From Don Quixote to Harry Potter, How Understanding Intellectual Disability Transforms the Way We Read


reviewed by Corrine M. Wickens — May 24, 2018

coverTitle: The Secret Life of Stories: From Don Quixote to Harry Potter, How Understanding Intellectual Disability Transforms the Way We Read
Author(s): Michael Bérubé
Publisher: New York University Press, New York
ISBN: 1479823619, Pages: 240, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 24, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22376, Date Accessed: 6/19/2018 12:38:06 AM

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  • Corrine Wickens
    Northern Illinois University
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    CORRINE M. WICKENS is an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Northern Illinois University. Her research examines the intersections of young adult literature, adolescent literacy, and sexuality and schooling. A couple of recent publications involve reflexivity in qualitative research and the implications of constructions of childhood for LGBTQ inclusive classrooms.
 
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