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The who"s who of children"s literature

The who"s who of children"s literature

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Published by Evelyn in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled and edited by Brian Doyle.
ContributionsDoyle, Brian.
The Physical Object
Pagination380p. ;
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17494587M
ISBN 10023878889X

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impressive history of children’s literature in gen-eral, as well as histories of poetry, picturebooks, drama, and other genres of children’s literature, paying particular attention to milestones in the development of literature by and about under-represented groups, and she provides critiques of literature that overlooks or denigrates diverseCited by: 1. Best children's books EVER Remember when you read these? All Votes Add Books To This List. 1: Where the Wild Things Are by. Maurice Sendak. avg rating — , ratings. score: 28,, and people voted Want to Read saving Want to Read.

  However, he added, “as a children’s book, it might make its mark.” So children’s books, apparently, are like bad books for grown-ups. If you write a book that isn’t very good, we’ll put it over there, among the stuff that children read. Critics must think that we grow up by moving along a sort of timeline, like a monkey climbing a. Children's Literature: The Whos and Whats of Children's Literature Quiz Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Children's Literature? Put your knowledge to the test.


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