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Children’s Literature
 Children’s literature is anything, for, about or by a
child. That covers a broad range. Dr. Suess and To Kill
a Mockingb...
Poems/ songs/ nursery rhymes
picture books
folktales
myths and legends
fantasy fiction
historical fiction
realistic fiction
Children’s
Parents’
Educators’
Censors
Psychologists
Historians
Sociologists
Structuralists
Critics
Writers, illustrators ...
In groups of 4, discuss the books and films that were
important to you when you were children. How were
the books presente...
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  1. 1. Children’s Literature
  2. 2.  Children’s literature is anything, for, about or by a child. That covers a broad range. Dr. Suess and To Kill a Mockingbird both fall in the same category.
  3. 3. Poems/ songs/ nursery rhymes picture books folktales myths and legends fantasy fiction historical fiction realistic fiction
  4. 4. Children’s Parents’ Educators’ Censors Psychologists Historians Sociologists Structuralists Critics Writers, illustrators and creators of children’s lit Filmmakers
  5. 5. In groups of 4, discuss the books and films that were important to you when you were children. How were the books presented? Were you read to or was your first introduction to children’s stories through television or movies. Try and get a list in you group of all of your favorites from when you were very little to the time you were a teen. What books/films had an impact on you? Did any children’s or young adult fiction have an impact on your life?
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