In the 21st century, many of the best-known and most influential stories have been conceived for juveniles. In "Children's Literature", Professor Kimberley Reynolds of Newcastle University delves into the phenomenon and "golden ages" of this remarkably diverse literary genre. Throughout the lectures, Reynolds addresses questions of why children's literature is so popular and how these extraordinary works have both responded to and helped to shape childhood.
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