Religion and Spirituality in Young Adult Literature. Presented by: Rachel Johnson & Shayna Chasteen LIB 800 HCM Project/Presentation November 19, 2012. http:// www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/Categories.jsp?categoryId =0&cmd=cat. Purpose.
Presented by: Rachel Johnson & ShaynaChasteen
LIB 800 HCM Project/Presentation
November 19, 2012
Religious characters before the 20th century
Current religious book characters:
“Anna Dressed in Blood”
by Kendare Blake
by Hiromi Goto
CasLowood has inherited an unusual vocation: He kills the dead.
Searching for a ghost the locals call Anna Dressed in Blood, Cas expects the usual: track, hunt, kill. What he finds instead is a girl entangled in curses and rage, a ghost like he's never faced before
Uidobecoming her tribe's spiritual leader. Looming above many troubles are the recent visits of strangers from the mainland who have little regard for nature or the spirits, and tempt the tribe members with gifts, making them curious about modern life. Uido's little brother falls deathly ill, she must cross the ocean and seek their help. Having now seen so many new things, will Uido have the strength to believe in herself and the old ways?
Melanie Tamaki is human but her parents aren’t. They are from Half World, a Limbo between our world and the afterlife.When her mother disappears, Melanie must follow her to Half World and neither of them may return alive.
By: Margaret O. Hyde and Emily G. Hyde
By: Kathlyn Gay
Examines the concept of religions, how people around the world practice their religion, and how religion affects people's lives.
In Gandhi, the third volume in our exciting new manga biography series, created in conjunction with Emotional Content, KazukiEbine combines a gripping narrative with stunning illustrations to share Gandhi's inspiring and deeply human story with a whole new generation of readers.
Religion and Spirituality in America: The Ultimate Teen Guide provides an introduction to some of the diverse religious practices, traditions, and expressions in the United States and focuses on how teenagers view their particular religious faith--or lack of it--what they believe, what conflicts they encounter, and how they relate to others whose religions differ from theirs.