19
Sep
2014

Youthful Literature

Another important characteristic that it must assume Infanto-Youthful Literature is the use of illustrations, since as much for small children, how much for the adolescents, the drawing finishes if becoming the written word. For the small children, the existing illustrations in infantile books become words that they easily obtain to translate the direction of the text. Wedge (2000) in the sample that any person, that knows a flower, is perfectly capable to inside recognize of the text a drawing represents that it, exactly not knowing the word in the Portuguese language, becoming, thus, the illustrations a universal language; ' ' as much is truth that the same drawing of the flower will be? translated? for people of different cultures, but through different symbols: fleur, for the ones of French language, to flower for the English language and etc.' ' So that this characteristic is effectively important, it is necessary that the illustrations follow some ' ' regras' '. In the case of the considered children still no-alfabetizadas, what Rabbit (2000) calls of Daily pay-Reader period of training, that is divided in First and the Second Infancy, the illustrations contained in books must well be varied. The books in these cases costumam to be of well pleasant materials to the tato of the child who, in this phase, needs manual stimulatons, since it knows the world through the hand.

With the children who start to read, the illustrations still must occupy great space in the book, the small texts must that have relation with the figures. This phase is what Rabbit (2000) flame of Beginning Reader From the growth of the child, it finishes reaching a new psychological period of training of reading, and the illustrations must follow this development. It is the call phase of the Reader in Process, where the text finishes if taking paper more important of what the figures, however, they still are gifts in the text.

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