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Punk: Music, Fashion, Attitude!
Punk: Music, Fashion, Attitude!
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Reviewed Titles Accelerated Reader

Punk: Music, Fashion, Attitude!

This book discusses the rise of punk as musical genre and as a culture and how it's changed to become what it is today.

Reading LevelGrades 3-6
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
Lexile Level930L
ATOS Level5.8
AR Points1
AR Quiz #137883
Page Dimensions7 1/2" x 9 7/16"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $31.32 School/Library Price

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School Library Journal - Lynn K. Vanca

"Art That Moves is a good choice for children interested in animated movies. Bliss looks at techniques from the early beginnings to modern times and mentions recent film releases such as Cars (2006) and Where the Wild Things Are (2010). Guillain delves into the history of punk and follows its influence on modern art, fashion, and politics. Art for All focuses on descriptions of art applications in memorials; public installations; and in politics, religion, and nature. Examples represent a sampling of artwork from around the world, such as the Berlin Holocaust Memorial, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat temple, and a Diego Rivera mural in Mexico. Shakespeare discusses modern adaptations of the Bard’s classic works; teachers may find this a useful resource to help students see how Shakespeare remains a part of today’s culture. All four volumes are quick, interesting, up-to-date reads with plenty of supportive, captioned, full-color photographs. They also provide related project suggestions, including designing a September 11 memorial, making a stop-action movie with a digital camera, designing punk apparel, and creating Shakespearian word art. Worthy additional purchases, better for general interest than reports.–Lynn K. Vanca, freelance librarian, Akron, OH School Library Journal Feb. 2011 issue" - School Library Journal

Charlotte Guillain

Charlotte Guillain

Charlotte Guillain worked as a bookseller, an English teacher and an editor before becoming an author. She has written more than 100 books, both fiction and non-fiction. She always wanted to be a writer and her top tip is to read as much as you can.

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