2 edition of Children"s voices in Atlantic literature and culture found in the catalog.
Children"s voices in Atlantic literature and culture
|Statement||edited by Hilary Thompson.|
|Contributions||Thompson, Hilary., Thomas H. Raddall Symposium (4th : 1994 : Acadia University)|
|LC Classifications||PS8131.A85 C55 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
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Children’s Voices in Atlantic Literature and Culture: Essays on Childhood by Hilary Thompson, ed. This collection of papers was originally delivered during the Thomas H.
Raddall symposium “The Child in Atlantic Literature and Culture” in Get this from a library. Children's voices in Atlantic literature and culture: essays on childhood.
[Hilary Thompson;]. The Early Reader in Children’s Literature and Culture Theorizing Books for Beginning Readers 1st Edition. Jennifer Miskec, Annette Wannamaker Febru This is the first volume to consider the popular literary category of Early Readers – books written and designed for children who are just beginning to read independently.
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