Children's Literature Review: Excerpts from Reviews, Criticism, and Commentary on Books for Children and Young People
This illustrated series covers more than 600 writers and illustrators for children and young adults, including such notable figures as Louisa May Alcott, Judy Blume, A. A. Milne, Walter Dean Myers and Maurice Sendak.
Typical entries consist of a listing of major works and awards and criticism from significant reviews and commentaries on the authors or artists works. Each volume includes cumulative author name and nationality indexes as well as a volume-specific title index. A cumulative title index to the entire series is published separately.
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Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are ( 1963 ) mirrors just such a process occurring in the life of a child . Max , banished to his room without any supper , is filled with rage and is helpless to change his lot . He channels his anger and ...
I think the thing to do is to listen to people . ” Most people in the literary community agree that no one has the right to censor anyone , even though one “ Gay books are the black books of the 90s , ” Mike Ford points out .
All the things people told me about , all the tiny stitches I took , now I could see real things . . . . It was like being in a dream you already dreamed ( 23 ) Central to each author's work is a woman - centered ethic of motherhood .
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Piers Anthony 1934
Censorship in Childrens Literature
Deborah Hopkinson 1952
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