Very Good. No Jacket. Size: 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall; Type: Hard Back Hardcover Quarto in Very Good Condition. No jacket. 751 pages, with Appendices, References, Children's Book Awards, Pronunciation Guide, Subject Index, Author, Illustrator and Title Index. 10.5" x 8.25" x 1.75". Chapters contributed by Dianne L. Monson. Cover, fromtospiece and part opening illustrations by Leo and Diane Dillon. Other illustrations by illustrators of the boook under discussion. 16 page full color plates-various illustrators. Pictorial binding is very clean, unmarked, tight and solid book, square with sharp corners. A bare touch of edgewear. Pages are slightly toned, very clea, completely free of any markings, no creases. A book for all interested in children and in bringing children and books together and for students of children's literature. The dual nature of the book emphasizes understanding children and their needs, on perspectives and backgrounds, on criteria and types of literature, on authors and illustrators. It has a major author approach to avoid floundering in a sea of titles. Publisher: Scott, Foresman, 1986. Due to the weight of this volume, priority and international shipping require extra postage.
Illustrated by Color and B/W illustrations. 0-673-18069-7. Hardcover. No DJ. Illus. paper on boards Very good. Minor foxing.; For adults, teaching adults about children's lit. Brief analysis of various authors of literature for young readers.; Quarto; 751 pp. pages.
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