We are pleased to announce that the Centre will hold an international conference on the role of sex in young adult fiction on the 11th and 12th of September 2020.
on behalf of Ashley The next Children’s Book Group will take place on May 24th, from 5pm to 6pm, in
By DebbieOnce upon a time, a very long time ago, about last Thursday, the Cambridge–Homerton Research and Teaching Centre for
by Lauren Stephen Kelman’s debut novel Pigeon English, despite being an adult novel, is highly telling of the way in
by Richard John Christopher Timothy Jennings is a name I fondly associate with my childhood. He was mentioned to me
by Clementine It’s the Sunday post! Time to share the latest news from the Children’s Literature Research Centre. Graduation, elderflower
So…what has the royal wedding got to do with children’s literature? Well, the initial instinctive answer surely has to be not a lot, as Maria
by Lauren Defined only by what it is not, non-fiction for children is seen as the poor relation in books.
by Erin As our readers should know from Clementine’s post last Thursday, there is going to be a Children’s Literature
by Susan One day, my youngest sister came home from school in tears. She was eleven, and had been teased
This is Cambridge. You could come and study Children’s Literature here with us. How? Come and find out on