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ENG 3116A: Classic Children's Literature

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Books by Subject (*Clicking on a Subject Heading in the catalog will take you to a list of more books on that topic).

Children — Books and reading

Childrens Stories American History And Criticism

Children’s stories, English — History and criticism

Fantasy and Children’s Literature

Fantasy fiction, English — History and criticism

Fantasy Fiction History And Criticism

Children’s Literature Review (* PN1009.A1 Call Number Search)

Books:

Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit : a children’s classic at 100

Boys and girls forever : children’s classics from Cinderella to Harry Potter

Breaking the angelic image : woman power in Victorian children’s fantasy

A critical handbook of children’s literature

Don’t tell the grown-ups : the subversive power of children’s literature

Down the rabbit hole; adventures & misadventures in the realm of children’s literature

Hobbits, elves, and wizards : exploring the wonders and worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the rings”

Innocence & experience : essays & conversations on children’s literature

An introduction to children’s literature

Inventing wonderland : the lives and fantasies of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, J.M. Barrie, Kenneth Grahame, and A.A. Milne

Pipers at the gates of dawn : the wisdom of children’s literature

The promise of happiness : value and meaning in children’s fiction

Readings about children’s literature

Reading Harry Potter : critical essays

Reflections on literature for children

The chronicles of Narnia : the patterning of a fantastic world

Secret gardens : a study of the golden age of children’s literature

Touch magic : fantasy, faerie & folklore in the literature of childhood

Treasure seekers and borrowers; children’s books in Britain, 1900-1960

The uses of enchantment : the meaning and importance of fairy tales

Value and Meaning in Children’s Fiction

The wind in the willows : a fragmented Arcadia

Winnie the Pooh and the House at Pooh Corner

Worlds within : children’s fantasy from the Middle Ages to today

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Last updated November 01, 2011, at 12:57 PM by Claudia McGivney