Creative Thinking and Problem Solving for Young Learners

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AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX
Ackerman, Karen, 9
Aiken, Conrad, 53
All the Places to Love, 66
Allard, Harry, 17
Amabile, Teresa, 136
An Extraordinary Egg, 106
Anaya, Rudolfo, xix, 24, 28, 55
Anholt, Laurence, 101, 103
The Art Lesson, 109
Aunt Chip and the Great Triple Creek Dam Affair, 32–33, 34
Barker's Crime, 48
Big Band Sound, 35
The Boy Who Had Wings, 18
Bringing out the Best: A Resource Guide for Parents of Young Gifted Children, 136
Bunting, Eve, 10, 67, 88, 117
Buscaglia, Leo, 13
Cajun Night Before Christmas by [Trosclair,] 27
Camille and the Sunflowers: A Story About Vincent van Gogh, 101, 103
Cannon, Janell, 106
Carle, Eric, 27, 35
Chato's Kitchen, 26
Chess, Victoria, illustrator, xviii
A Child's Book of Art: Great Pictures, First Words, 48
A Child's Book of Play in Art: Great Pictures, Great Fun, 48, 67
Cinderella, 42
Cleary, Beverly, 37
Clovis Crawfish and the Orphan Zo Zo, 27
Cooney, Barbara, 31, 91
Crow, Christine, poet, 37
Dandelions, 117
Daydreamers, 108
de Bono, Edward, 80, 136
Deedy, Carmen Agra, 13, 28, 34
Degas and the Little Dancer: A Story About Edgar Degas, 103 dePaola, Tomie, 28, 109
Diller, Harriett, 35
Dreamcatcher, 66
Dreamland, 61–62, 63
Eberle, Robert F., 5, 22
Eggbert: The Slightly Cracked Egg, 106
Emerson, Scott, 130
Emma's Rug, 130
The Emperor Penguin's New Clothes, 105
Ernst, Lisa Campbell, 35
The Fall of Freddie the Leaf, 13
The Fantastic Drawings of Danielle, 108
Farmer Shultz's Ducks, 85, 87
The Farolitos of Christmas, xix, 24–27, 28
Feelings, Tom, 108
53 1/2 Things That Changed the World and Some That Didn't, 44, 63
First Toothpaste Painting, 48
Fletcher, Claire, 9, 29
Flournoy, Valerie, 9
Fly Away Home, 88
Follow the Drinking Gourd, 109 Fontenot, Mary Alice, 27
The Frog Who Wanted to Be a Singer, 110
Gackenbach, Dick, 48
Gag, Wanda, 77
Galdone, Paul, 49
The Gift of Driscoll Lipscomb, 9, 48
Gilliland, Judith Heide, 66
The Gingerbread Boy, 49, 51, 53
The Giving Tree, 12
Goodrum, Don, 27
Goss, Linda, 110
Gray, Libba Moore, 6, 7
Greenfield, Eloise, 108
Growing up Creative: Nurturing a Lifetime of Creativity, 136
Guevara, Susan, illustrator, 26
Harris, Wayne, 111
Harry the Dirty Dog, 77, 91
Have You Seen Birds?, 84

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Gifted Treasury Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Chapter 1 - Fluency 1
  • Chapter 2 - Flexibility 20
  • Chapter 3 - Originality 38
  • Chpater 4 - Elaboration 54
  • Chapter 5 - Problem Solving 69
  • Chapter 6 - Characteristics of Creative People 92
  • Chapter 7 - Synergy 112
  • Chapter 8 - Let's Talk 126
  • Afterword 139
  • References 141
  • Author/Title Index 147
  • Subject Index 151
  • About the Author 157
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