Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature

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ISBN-10: 0521687829
ISBN-13: 978-0521687829

This companion to children’s literature offers a cross-genre look at the best of the children’s industry.

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About The Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature

Explore seventeenth-century children’s literature to present day in this spellbinding companion. Discussions in this book divulge information about two hundred year old favorites as well as modern phenomenons like Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and Phillip Pullman. Additionally, this guide looks at works that aren’t so popular but still offer insight on the children’s genre.

The unique structure in this companion center text around key themes and genres, including humor, poetry, school stories, and picture books. It also begs questions about the publication of children’s books and the psychology behind it all.

Book reviews

“The chapters in the collection are broad but not typical in how they approach children’s literature. As a whole, the collection is well structured and diverse in its critical approaches […] As an introduction to children’s literature, The Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature is an excellent, straightforward collection that covers the fundamentals. It is also a collection that inspires readers to delve deeper.” 
– Matthew B. Prickett, Rutgers University at Camden, Children’s Literature Association Quarterly

“…each does what it sets out to do-to illuminate different ways of thinking about this strikingly complex subject, with its multiple audiences and their different needs. They would make good, complementary, companions on anyone’s shelf.” 
– Peter Hunt, Newcastle University

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The Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature (Cambridge Companions to Literature)

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