From Primer to Pleasure in Reading: An Introduction to the History of Children's Books in England from the Invention of Printing to 1914 with an Outline of Some Developments in Other Countries
Horn Book, 1972 - 340 Seiten
Covers "children's books in England from the invention of printing to 1914, with an outline of some developments in other countries," European and Anglophone.
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THE DAWN OF IMAGINATION
FLOOD TIDE The Victorian age and Edwardian aftermath
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