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Editors: Gustavo E. Fischman   Melissa Cast-Brede   Gene V Glass 

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recent book reviews

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Sherman Dorn

Review of Renew! Becoming a better and more authentic writing teacher
Darryn Diuguid

Review of Crossing Divides: Exploring translingual writing pedagogies and programs
Lobat Asadi

Review of Information literacy: Research and collaboration across disciplines
Omer Farooq

Review of Teach the whole preschooler: Strategies for nurturing developing minds
Delis Cuellar, Lynn Shafer Willner

Review of Theories of early childhood education: Developmental, behaviorist, and critical
Ayumi Nagase

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