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CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

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Black Beauty

Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty is a classic work of children’s literature and an important text in the fields of Victorian studies and animal studies.

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Burning Brightly

“Kay Stone’s book is a bright light guiding us down the contemporary Canadian and American river of stories.” — Christina Cacchilega, University of Hawaii-Manoa

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The Call of the Wild

This edition of the young adult classic provides a wealth of information on the work's literary and cultural backgrounds.

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Considering Children's Literature

" Considering Children's Literature is

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The Governess; or, The Little Female Academy

Published in 1749, the story of Mrs. Teachum and her "little female academy" is widely recognized as the first full-length novel for children, and the first to be aimed specifically at girls.

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The History of Sandford and Merton

Long out of print, this charming eighteenth-century novel for children is now available in a new edition.

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Little Women

"For the first time in one edition, we now have the complete story of the March family!" - Daniel Shealy, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Marvelous Transformations

"...a most original book that will be useful to readers who seek to grasp

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The Meanings of "Beauty and the Beast"

"A blend of synthesis, anthology, and analysis, this offers a broadly supported expansion of the scholarship on an irrepressible story." - Betsy Hearne, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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