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The Resource Children and literature : views and reviews, [compiled] by Virginia Haviland

Children and literature : views and reviews, [compiled] by Virginia Haviland

Label
Children and literature : views and reviews
Title
Children and literature
Title remainder
views and reviews
Statement of responsibility
[compiled] by Virginia Haviland
Creator
Contributor
Compiler
Printer
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
809/.89282
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1009.A1
LC item number
H27 1974b
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Children and literature : views and reviews, [compiled] by Virginia Haviland
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Chapter 1. Before the twentieth century -- On the care which is requisite in the choice of books for children / Sarah Trimmer -- Reviews: the history of Little Goody Two Shoes and nursery tales / Sarah Trimmer -- Children's books / The Quarterly Review -- Aunt Judy's magazine / Margaret Gatty -- Review: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland / Margaret Gatty -- Books for young people / Horace E. Scudder -- Class literature of the last thirty years / Charlotte Yonge -- Children's magazines / Mary Mapes Dodge -- The history of children's books / Caroline M. Hewins -- Battle of the babies / Agnes Repplier -- Chapter 2. Of classics and golden ages -- Children's classics / Alice M. Jordan -- Ancient and modern / Times Literary Supplement -- Hans Christian Andersen / Horace E. Scudder -- Lewis Carroll / Walter John de la Mare -- Views and reviews on Louisa May Alcott / The Nation -- A masterpiece, and dreadful / Brigid Brophy -- Puppet's progress: Pinocchio / Martha Bacon -- At 75, Heidi still skips along / Elizabeth Enright -- The early record / Elizabeth Nesbitt -- A second golden age? In a time of flood? / Virginia Haviland -- Chapter 3. Children: their reading interests and needs -- A defense of rubbish / Peter Dickinson -- Books that frighten / Nicholas Tucker -- Guidelines for black books: an open letter to juvenile editors / Augusta Baker -- Walt Disney accused / Frances Clarke Sayers -- Signs of the times / Margery Fisher -- Chapter 4. Writers and writing -- An imaginary correspondence / Rumer Godden -- On writing for children / E. B. White -- Purely for love / Joan Aiken -- Happy endings? Of course, and also joy / Natalie Babbitt -- The cry and the creation / Meindert DeJong -- Chapter 5. Illustrators and illustration -- The art of illustrating books for the younger readers / Louise Seaman Bechtel -- Children's book illustration: the pleasures and problems / Roger Duvoisin -- Mother Goose's garnishings / Maurice Sendak -- Two later reviews of Mother Goose / Ruth Hill Viguers and Ethel L. Heins -- A load of old nonsense, Edward Lear resurrected by four publishers / Crispin Fisher -- Chapter 6. Folk literature and fantasy -- Folk literature: an oral tradition and an oral art / Eileen H. Colwell -- The battle for the fairy tale: three stages / Kornei Chukovsky -- The novel and the fairy tale / John Buchan -- Wanda Gag / Margery Fisher -- On three ways of writing for children / C. S. Lewis -- The flat-heeled muse / Lloyd Alexander -- World beyond world / Pamela L. Travers -- The changing role of science fiction in children's literature / Sylvia Engdahl -- Chapter 7. Poetry -- Why nursery rhymes? / Nicholas Tucker -- The children's poets / Agnes Repplier -- A child's world is as a poet's / Edwin Muir --
  • Chapter 8. Fiction and realism -- The long life of Jane Cares / Elizabeth Enright -- When once a little boy... / Times Literary Supplement -- The new realism / Robert Burch -- Realism, truth, and honesty / Mary Q. Steele -- Chapter 9. The creative use of history and other facts -- The writing of historical novels / Hester Burton -- History is people / Rosemary Sutcliff -- Matters of fact / Margery Fisher -- The changing world of science and the social sciences / Mary K. Eakin -- The prose imagination / Irving Adler -- Chapter 10. The international scene -- A new internationalism / Virginia Haviland -- British children's books in the twentieth century / Frank Eyre -- An indigenous children's literature / Barbara Buick -- Across the Rhine: juvenile literature in German-speaking countries / Walter Scherf -- Children's literature in France / Isabelle Jan and Genevieve Patte -- Czech and Slovak children's literature / Helga Mach -- A harvest of Russian children's literature / Miriam Morton -- Post-war children's literature in Japan / Shigeo Watanabe -- The Finnish juvenile book in the 1960's: a summary / Maija Lehtonen -- Chapter 11. Criticism and reviewing -- An approach to criticism of children's literature / Lillian H. Smith -- Out on a limb with the critics / Paul Heins -- Coming to terms with criticism / Paul Heins -- A critique of children's book reviewing / Ivan Southall -- Chapter 12. Awards -- Newbery and Caldecott Awards / Elizabeth Burr -- Winners and runners-up for the Newbery and Caldecott Awards -- The Laura Ingalls Wilder Award / Harriet G. Long -- Laura Ingalls Wilder Award winners -- The New National Book Award for Children's Literature / Virginia Haviland -- National Book Award winners -- Looking for a winner / Peggy Heeks -- Children's book medals / Times Literary Supplement -- The Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals -- Carnegie Medal winners -- Kate Greenaway Medal winners -- Hans Christian Andersen Medal winners
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
468 p.
Isbn
9780370015958
Lccn
75329758
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy is part of a collection (Collection 1356). To page this item, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Children's books in English. Item is in box 73.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: Dust jacket; red cloth over boards, spine stamped in black.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01086869
  • ucoclc1086869
Label
Children and literature : views and reviews, [compiled] by Virginia Haviland
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Chapter 1. Before the twentieth century -- On the care which is requisite in the choice of books for children / Sarah Trimmer -- Reviews: the history of Little Goody Two Shoes and nursery tales / Sarah Trimmer -- Children's books / The Quarterly Review -- Aunt Judy's magazine / Margaret Gatty -- Review: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland / Margaret Gatty -- Books for young people / Horace E. Scudder -- Class literature of the last thirty years / Charlotte Yonge -- Children's magazines / Mary Mapes Dodge -- The history of children's books / Caroline M. Hewins -- Battle of the babies / Agnes Repplier -- Chapter 2. Of classics and golden ages -- Children's classics / Alice M. Jordan -- Ancient and modern / Times Literary Supplement -- Hans Christian Andersen / Horace E. Scudder -- Lewis Carroll / Walter John de la Mare -- Views and reviews on Louisa May Alcott / The Nation -- A masterpiece, and dreadful / Brigid Brophy -- Puppet's progress: Pinocchio / Martha Bacon -- At 75, Heidi still skips along / Elizabeth Enright -- The early record / Elizabeth Nesbitt -- A second golden age? In a time of flood? / Virginia Haviland -- Chapter 3. Children: their reading interests and needs -- A defense of rubbish / Peter Dickinson -- Books that frighten / Nicholas Tucker -- Guidelines for black books: an open letter to juvenile editors / Augusta Baker -- Walt Disney accused / Frances Clarke Sayers -- Signs of the times / Margery Fisher -- Chapter 4. Writers and writing -- An imaginary correspondence / Rumer Godden -- On writing for children / E. B. White -- Purely for love / Joan Aiken -- Happy endings? Of course, and also joy / Natalie Babbitt -- The cry and the creation / Meindert DeJong -- Chapter 5. Illustrators and illustration -- The art of illustrating books for the younger readers / Louise Seaman Bechtel -- Children's book illustration: the pleasures and problems / Roger Duvoisin -- Mother Goose's garnishings / Maurice Sendak -- Two later reviews of Mother Goose / Ruth Hill Viguers and Ethel L. Heins -- A load of old nonsense, Edward Lear resurrected by four publishers / Crispin Fisher -- Chapter 6. Folk literature and fantasy -- Folk literature: an oral tradition and an oral art / Eileen H. Colwell -- The battle for the fairy tale: three stages / Kornei Chukovsky -- The novel and the fairy tale / John Buchan -- Wanda Gag / Margery Fisher -- On three ways of writing for children / C. S. Lewis -- The flat-heeled muse / Lloyd Alexander -- World beyond world / Pamela L. Travers -- The changing role of science fiction in children's literature / Sylvia Engdahl -- Chapter 7. Poetry -- Why nursery rhymes? / Nicholas Tucker -- The children's poets / Agnes Repplier -- A child's world is as a poet's / Edwin Muir --
  • Chapter 8. Fiction and realism -- The long life of Jane Cares / Elizabeth Enright -- When once a little boy... / Times Literary Supplement -- The new realism / Robert Burch -- Realism, truth, and honesty / Mary Q. Steele -- Chapter 9. The creative use of history and other facts -- The writing of historical novels / Hester Burton -- History is people / Rosemary Sutcliff -- Matters of fact / Margery Fisher -- The changing world of science and the social sciences / Mary K. Eakin -- The prose imagination / Irving Adler -- Chapter 10. The international scene -- A new internationalism / Virginia Haviland -- British children's books in the twentieth century / Frank Eyre -- An indigenous children's literature / Barbara Buick -- Across the Rhine: juvenile literature in German-speaking countries / Walter Scherf -- Children's literature in France / Isabelle Jan and Genevieve Patte -- Czech and Slovak children's literature / Helga Mach -- A harvest of Russian children's literature / Miriam Morton -- Post-war children's literature in Japan / Shigeo Watanabe -- The Finnish juvenile book in the 1960's: a summary / Maija Lehtonen -- Chapter 11. Criticism and reviewing -- An approach to criticism of children's literature / Lillian H. Smith -- Out on a limb with the critics / Paul Heins -- Coming to terms with criticism / Paul Heins -- A critique of children's book reviewing / Ivan Southall -- Chapter 12. Awards -- Newbery and Caldecott Awards / Elizabeth Burr -- Winners and runners-up for the Newbery and Caldecott Awards -- The Laura Ingalls Wilder Award / Harriet G. Long -- Laura Ingalls Wilder Award winners -- The New National Book Award for Children's Literature / Virginia Haviland -- National Book Award winners -- Looking for a winner / Peggy Heeks -- Children's book medals / Times Literary Supplement -- The Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals -- Carnegie Medal winners -- Kate Greenaway Medal winners -- Hans Christian Andersen Medal winners
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
468 p.
Isbn
9780370015958
Lccn
75329758
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy is part of a collection (Collection 1356). To page this item, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Children's books in English. Item is in box 73.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: Dust jacket; red cloth over boards, spine stamped in black.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01086869
  • ucoclc1086869

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