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2 edition of history of children"s reading and literature. found in the catalog.

history of children"s reading and literature.

Alec Ellis

history of children"s reading and literature.

by Alec Ellis

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCommonwealth and international library
The Physical Object
Pagination233p.ill.,20cm
Number of Pages233
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18947778M
ISBN 100082034591

The influence of history and tradition of children’s literature is of great importance in the novels and books that are written and published today. Not only do they give a framework for the author to work from, they also give the reader an insight into the type of novel that they are going to read. The Horn Book Magazine and The Horn Book Guide are the most distinguished journals in the field of children’s and young adult literature and the core of our company. Founded in by Bertha Mahony to herald the best in children’s literature, more than eighty-five years later, we are still following her lead.

Through reading literature, kids can explore new worlds, contemplate new ideas, and develop empathy by seeing through the eyes of others. Reading sparks the imagination and helps kids gain cultural knowledge, emotional intelligence, and social development. And because reading is so important, we created this Children’s Literature Resource Guide. The Little Gingerbread Man - by Carol Moore - A surprising new version of the classic Gingerbread Man fairy tale.. The Journey of the Noble Gnarble - by Daniel Errico - Illustrated by Christian Colabelli - Deep below the ocean waves a gnarble fish dreams of seeing the sun and sky. Also available at Amazon in hardcover and Kindle editions.. Invisible Alligators - by Hayes Roberts - Little Sari.

The History of Children’s Literature From Moral Fables to the Turn of Romanticism. The ‘invention’ of childhood The first author to speak of the ‘invention of childhood’ is French historian Philippe Ariès in L’Enfant et la vie familiale sous l’Ancien Régime ().File Size: KB. Delaware Center for Teacher Education • Academy St. • Newark, DE • USA Phone: • E-mail: [email protected]


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or edited eleven books on children’s literature, including An Introduction to Children’s Literature (), the International Companion Encyclopedia of Children’s Literature (), and six books for children and adolescents.

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