by Erin and Clementine We have just come back from the wonderful conference organized by Bettina Kummerling-Meibauer at Tubingen (Germany)
So…what is children’s literature? I should, by rights, add a disclaimer at the start of this blog entry that states
‘It’s a million times nicer to be Anne of Green Gables than Anne of nowhere in particular, isn’t it?’ (Montgomery,
By Debbie “The race is over!” and they all crowded round it panting, and asking “But who has won?” …
Before I start, I have a confession to make … I’m pretty certain that I have never read a book
By Debbie Back in April, when our little party of PhD students set off for the Child and the Book
By Debbie Julia Donaldson has today been crowned as the new Children’s Laureate. Gleanings from the children’s literati on Facebook
By Erin On the blog this week– an update of our busy lives: Garden Party at Maria’s We have just
by Ghada As graduate students we are encouraged to “broaden our horizons” which entails venturing beyond our specific focus areas.
by Lauren Defined only by what it is not, non-fiction for children is seen as the poor relation in books.