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Frank Eyre's standard study of modern British children's literature was first published in 1952 in England under the title, 20th Century Children's Books. This new book is a revised and expanded version of the earlier one. Mr. Eyre begins with an introductory section on the historical development of children's literature and follows this with chapters examining the main tre Frank Eyre's standard study of modern British children's literature was first published in 1952 in England under the title, 20th Century Children's Books. This new book is a revised and expanded version of the earlier one. Mr. Eyre begins with an introductory section on the historical development of children's literature and follows this with chapters examining the main trends in British children's books from 1900 to the present day. He devotes special attention to discussing authors, artists, and books that have been recognized as particularly outstanding in the field. Appendices on writing in British Commonwealth countries, listings of book award winners, and an extensive bibliography of books about children's literature add to the value of this readable and informative guide to contemporary British writing for children.


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Frank Eyre's standard study of modern British children's literature was first published in 1952 in England under the title, 20th Century Children's Books. This new book is a revised and expanded version of the earlier one. Mr. Eyre begins with an introductory section on the historical development of children's literature and follows this with chapters examining the main tre Frank Eyre's standard study of modern British children's literature was first published in 1952 in England under the title, 20th Century Children's Books. This new book is a revised and expanded version of the earlier one. Mr. Eyre begins with an introductory section on the historical development of children's literature and follows this with chapters examining the main trends in British children's books from 1900 to the present day. He devotes special attention to discussing authors, artists, and books that have been recognized as particularly outstanding in the field. Appendices on writing in British Commonwealth countries, listings of book award winners, and an extensive bibliography of books about children's literature add to the value of this readable and informative guide to contemporary British writing for children.

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