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A brief History about the development of literature for children

A brief History about the development of literature for children

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  • 1. CHILDREN’s LITERATURE
    DIDACTICA II de Nivel Inicial
    y EGB 1 y 2
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 2.
    • 1st bookJames Janeway(1636/1674)
    “ A TokenforChildren, BeinganExactAccount of theConversion, Holy and ExemplaryLives and JoyfulDeaths of several Young Children”
    • Fairy Tales
    1st workCharles Perrault
    “Histories ouContes de Tempspassè (Histories orStories of Past Times)
    FirstTranslationMotherGoose Tales (1729)
    Collectionincluded: * “Little Red Riding Hood”
    * “ Cinderella”
    * “ The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood”
    * “ Puss-in-Boots”
    * “ Hop o’MyThumb”
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 3.
    • 1st Children’sbook in EnglishMary Cooper’s
    “Tommy Thumb’sPrettySongBook”
    EarliestCollection of NurseryRhymes(1744)
    • “Fables of Aesop and Others” (introducedby
    Samuel Croxall) (1722)
    included: La Fontaine(recentlyappeared in France)
    • 2nd CollectionMotherGoose’sMelody (1760)
    PublishedbyJohn Newbury
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 4. Moral Tales
    “TheHistory of Little GoodyTwo-Shoes” (1766)
    • A reactionagainstFairy Tales (simplyfanciful of superstitiousignorance)
    • 5. TheyopposedGrimm’sFairy Tales (1812-15)
    • 6. MariaEdgeworth “PurpleJar” (1801)
    • 7. Anna LetitiaBarbauld “Evenings at Home”
    • 8. MrsSherwood “ The Fairchild Family” (1812)
    • 9. Nathaniel Hawthorne “ TheWonderBook” / “Tanglewood Tales”
    • 10. Susan Warner “ Wide, WideWorld” (1850)
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 11.
    • THE GOLDEN AGE
    1860’s Children’sLiteraturereallybegins
    • William Blake (1789) “Songs of Innocence”
    • 12. William Wordsworthpoeticexplorations of childhood
    • 13. Charles Dickens (1830) “Oliver Twist”
    • 14. Caroline Sinclair (1839) “HolidayHouse”
    • 15. Edward Lear (1846) “Book of Nonsense” (absurdrhymes)
    • 16. Thackeray (1855) “The Rose and the Ring”
    • 17. Christina Rosetti (1862) “GoblinMarket”
    • 18. Charles Kingsley (1863) “WaterBabies”
    • 19. Lewis Carroll (1865) “Alice’sAdventures in Wonderland”
    “ThroughtheLookingGlass”
    • Mark Twain “Tom Sawyer”
    • 20. LouisaMayAlcott “Little Women”
    • 21. George MacDonald “ At the Back of the North Wind”
    (illustratedby Pre-Raphaelite Arthur Hughes)
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 22.
    • AnneSewell “Black Beauty”
    • 23. Robert Louis Stevenson (1882) “Treasure Island”
    “Kidnapped”
    • Andrew Lang (1889) “Fairy-Tale Collection”
    • 24. RudyardKipling (1894) “JungleBooks”
    “Just-So Storiesfor Little Children”
    • E. Nesbit (1899) “BastableBooks”
    • 25. Beatrix Potter (1900) “Small BooksaboutAnimals”
    (tinymasterpiecesbeginningwith“The Tales of Peter Rabbit”)
    • Kenneth Grahame (1908) “TheWind in theWillows”
    • 26. FrancesHodgsonBurnett (1912) “TheSecret Garden”
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 27. Poetry
    19th Cent. Robert L. Stevenson “A Child’s Garden
    of Verses”
    Christina Rosetti “Sing-Song”
    Laura Richards “Tirra-Lirra” (jingles
    whichdelighted 19th Cent. Babies)
    BookIllustrators
    • Walter Crane (19th C.)
    • 28. Kate Greenaway (19th C.) English
    • 29. Ralph Caldecott
    • 30. Arthur Rackham
    • 31. Maurice Boutet de BonvelFrench
    • 32. ErnestKreidolfGerman
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 33.
    • Translations
    • 34. theItalianPinocchio(1892) Carlo Lorenzini (Collodi)
    • 35. BambiAustrianFelix Salten
    • 36. Pipi LongstockingSwedish Astrid Lindgren
    • 37. HeidiSwissJohannaSpyri
    • 38. The Babar SeriesFrench Jean de Brunhoff
    • 39. Greatest figures theseyears
    • 40. J.R.R.Tolkien(Britain)“TheHobbit” /”The Lord of theRings”
    • 41. C.S.Lewis“TheChronicles of Narnia”
    • 42. J.K.Rowling“Harry Potter”
    • 43. Maurice Sendak(American) Picture Books
    “Wherethe Wild Things Are”
    “ OutsideOverThere”
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 44. MOTHER GOOSE
    • a fictitiousnarrator
    • 45. 1st publishedcollections 18th Cent.
    • 46. “Baa, baa, blacksheep” (a favouritewithchildren)
    • 47. “Hickory, Dickory, Dock”
    “DingDong, Bell” 18th Cent. examples
    “HeyDiddleDiddle”
    • “Mary Had a Little Lamb” American contribution
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 48. earlyhistory of nurseryrhymes
    • earliestcollection (1774)
    “Tommy Thumb’sPrettySongBook”
    included: * “Baa, Baa, ….”
    * “CockRobin”
    * “Hickory, Dickory,…”
    * “Little Tommy Tucker”
    * “Sing a Song of Sixpence”
    • just a pair of AlphabetSongshadbeenprintedbefore
    “ A wasanArcher” (a llitlebookforlittlechildren) (1712)
    “ A wasanapple-pie” (child’s new play-things) (1743)
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 49. Twoothervolumespublished in the 18th Cent.
    • MotherGoose’sMelody“Hush-a-bye-baby”
    “HeyDiddleDiddle”
    “Jack and Jill”
    • GammerGurton’s Garland
    “Therewasanoldwomanwholived in a shoe”
    “ A Diller, a Dollar”
    Lic. Nora Benso
  • 50. Origin of MotherGoose
    • 1st connectedtoCharles Perrault’sbook “Storiesor Tales of Past Times
    (Covershowed 3 childrenaroundanoldwomanbythefireside. Onthewallbehind a plaque read “Tales of MotherGoose”)
    • MotherGoose’sMelodywas so calledbecause of thepopularity of Perrault’sfairy tales
    • 51. Tookthenamefrom popular tradition.
    “QueenGoosefoot” (Bertha withthegreatfoot) wasthe
    mother of Charlemagne
    Lic. Nora Benso