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rise of children"s book reviewing in America, 1865-1881
Richard L. Darling
A history of the early years of children"s book reviewing which includes an analysis of trends in publishing, a survey of periodicals which reviewed juvenile literature, and an extensive bibliography of reviews appearing between 1865-1881.
|Statement||by Richard L. Darling.|
|LC Classifications||PN98.B7 D3, PN98.B7 D3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||68003108|
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Darling has spared no effort to make The Rise of Children's Book Reviewing in America, a definitive work. With infinite patience and attention to detail he has formulated a frame work and background for his study. The study itself brings together much material which throws light upon the status of children's books.
The rise of children's book reviewing in America. [Richard L Darling] -- A history of the early years of children's book reviewing which includes an analysis of trends in publishing, a survey of periodicals which reviewed juvenile literature, and an extensive bibliography.
The Rise of Children’s Book Reviewing in America. New York: R.R. Bowker Company, F.J. Harvey Darton. “Two New Englands: ‘Peter Parley’ and ‘Felix Summerly’.” Children’s Books in England, 3rd ed. London: Cambridge University Press, F.J. Harvey Darton. “Peter Parley and the Battle of the Children’s Books.”.
The Rise of Children’s Book Reviewing in America, New York: R.R. Bowker Company, Davis, Linda H. Onward and Upward: A Biography of Katharine S. White. New York: Harper & Row, Eaton, Anne Thaxter. “Reviewing and Criticism of Children’s Books” in Bulletin of the New York Public Library 60 ().
The Rise of Children's Book Reviewing in America, New York: R. Bowker Co., Frey, Charles and John Griffith. The Literary Heritage of Childhood: An Appraisal of Children's Classics in the Western Tradition. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, Gumuchian, Kirkor.
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They were generally very small, with tiny print, and very few contained pictures, A page from the New England Primer, first printed be tween and File Size: KB. Her style is simple, chaste, often elegant," the excerpts from a review of one of her children's books, Walter and Frank; or, The Apthorp Farm, quoted in The Rise of Children's Book Reviewing in America,are less complimentary.
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ment the authors and their books are listed in alphabetical order. An index to authors, titles and reviewers and an index to illustrations conclude the study. Darling has spared no effort to make The Rise of Children's Book Reviewing in America, a definitive work.
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