Newcastle University Children’s Literature Unit Seven Stories

Newcastle University
Children’s Literature Unit
Seven Stories
Check-List of Books
on the
History, Criticism and Theory of Children’s
4th Edition
April 2012
Peter Hunt
Visiting Professor, Newcastle University
[email protected]
This check-list comprises English-language books and substantial pamphlets; booklists,
conference papers, and special issues of journals are included where they seem likely to
be of lasting value or have acquired historical interest.
The core subject-area of ‘children’s literature’ is, of course, overlapped by dozens of
specialisms, and books are designed for different audiences. I have included only those
texts that seem to me to be directly and substantially relevant to my idea of the core; I
have not made any decisions on the basis of quality. I have excluded titles whose
relevance to the core seems to me to be marginal (for example, biographies of Kipling),
specialist (for example, studies of folk-lore), ephemera (booklists or books that have
dated severely), mass-market products (for example, biographies of J. K. Rowling), and
books focussed primarily on classroom applications. Some authors have accumulated
significant numbers of specialist studies, such as J. K. Rowling or L. Frank Baum; I have
provided a sampling of such books, and should appreciate suggestions for refining or
expanding my selection.
I should be grateful if users could send me any corrections, and any suggestions for
additions or deletions. Bibliographical details have been checked, as far as possible, with
actual copies, or failing that, with the British Library Integrated Catalogue.
An annotated version of part of this check-list is available at
Abate, Michelle Ann (2011) Raising Your Kids Right. Children’s Literature and
American Political Conservatism, New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Abate, Michelle Ann, and Kidd, Kenneth (eds) (2011) Over the Rainbow: Queer
Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Adams, Bess Porter (1953) About Books and Children. Historical Survey of Children’s
Literature, New York: Henry Holt.
Agnew, Kate and Fox, Geoff (2001) Children at War: from the First World War to the
Gulf, London: Continuum.
Ahmanson, Gabriella (1991) A Life and Its Mirrors: A Feminist Reading of L. M. Montgomery's
Fiction, Uppsala: Ubsaliensis S, Academiae.
Alberghene, Janice M. and Clark, Barbara Lyon (1999) ‘Little Women’ and the Feminist
Imagination: Criticism, Controversy, Personal Essays, New York: Garland.
Alderson, Brian (1972) Edward Ardizzone. A Preliminary Hand-list of His Illustrated Books,
1929-1970, Pinner: Private Libraries Association.
Alderson, Brian (1982) Hans Christian Andersen and his ‘Eventyr’ in England, Wormley: Five
Owls Press for International Board on Books for Young People, British Section.
Alderson, Brian (1986) Sing a Song for Sixpence: the English Illustrative Tradition and
Randolph Caldecott, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press in association with the
British Library.
Alderson, Brian (1989) The Ludford Box and ‘A Christmass-box’. Their Contribution to our
Knowledge of Eighteenth Century Children’s Literature, Los Angeles: UCLA.
Alderson, Brian (1992) Just So Pictures: Illustrated Versions of Just So Stories for Little
Children, Richmond: Five Owls Press.
Alderson, Brian (1994) Ezra Jack Keats: Artist and Picture Book Maker, Gretna, LA: Pelican.
Alderson, Brian (2003) Edward Ardizzone: A Bibliographic Commentary, London: The British
Alderson, Brian and de Marez Oyens, Felix (2006) Be Merry and Wise: Origins of Children’s
Book Publishing in England, 1650-1850, London: The British Library; New Castle, DE:
Oak Knoll Press.
Alderson, Brian and Garrett, Pat (1999) The Religious Tract Society as a Publisher of Children's
Books, Hoddesden: The Children's Book History Society.
Alderson, Brian and Moon, Marjorie (1994) Childhood Re-Collected: Early Children’s Books
from the Library of Marjorie Moon, Royston: Provincial Book Fairs Association.
Aldiss, Brian W. (1986) Trillion Year Spree: the History of Science Fiction, London:
Aldridge, Alan and Perry, George (1971) The Penguin Book of Comics, rev edn,
Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Aldridge, Jeffery (ed) (1994) The Best of Bookmark: Children’s Writers Talk About
Themselves, Edinburgh: Moray House.
Allen, Ruth (2005) Winning Books, Lichfield: Pied Piper.
Allison, Alida (2000) Russell Hoban/Forty Years. Essays on his Writing for Children,
New York and London: Routledge.
Alston, Ann (2008) The Family in Children’s Literature, New York and London:
American Library Association (1990) The Arbuthnot Lectures, 1980-9, Chicago: ALA.
Anatol, Giselle Liza (2003) Reading Harry Potter Again: Critical Essays, Westport, CT:
Anderson, Holly and Styles, Morag (2000) Teaching Through Texts, London: Routledge.
Andrews, Siri (ed) (1963) The Hewins Lectures 1947–1962, Boston: Horn Book.
Ang, Susan (2000) The Widening World of Children’s Literature, Basingstoke: Palgrave
Anstey, Michelle and Bull, Geoff (2000) Reading the Visual: Written and Illustrated Children's
Literature, Sydney: Harcourt.
Applebaum, Noga (2010) Representations of Technology in Science Fiction for Young
Children and Young People, New York and London: Routledge.
Applebee, Arthur N. (1978) The Child’s Concept of Story: Ages Two to Seventeen, Chicago and
London: Chicago University Press.
Appleyard, J. A. (1990) Becoming a Reader: the Experience of Fiction from Childhood to
Adulthood, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Apseloff, Marilyn Fain (1989) They Wrote for Children Too: an Annotated Bibliography
of Children’s Literature by Famous Writers for Adults, Westport, CT: Greenwood.
Arbuthnot, May Hill (1969) Children’s Reading in the Home, Glenview, IL: Scott
Arizpe, Evelyn and Styles, Morag (2003) Children Reading Pictures. Interpreting Visual
Texts, London: Routledge Falmer.
Arizpe, Evelyn and Styles, Morag, with Brice Heath, Shirley (2006) Reading Lessons
from the Eighteenth Century: Mothers, Children and Texts, Lichfield: Pied Piper.
Arnold, Guy (1980) Held Fast for England: G. A. Henty, Imperialist Boys’ Writer,
London: Hamish Hamilton.
Aronson, Marc (2001) Exploding the Myths, Lanham MD: Scarecrow.
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on Children’s Literature, London: Arts Council.
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Ashliman, D. L. (2006) Fairy Lore: a Handbook, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
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Through Children's Books. Proceedings of the 26th Congress of the International
Board of Books for Young People, New Delhi: Indian BBY.
Assouline, Pierre (2009) Hergé: the Man Who Created Tintin, trans Charles Ruas, New
York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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to Explore: New International Perspectives in Children’s Literature, Lichfield: Pied
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Guin, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
Auchmuty, Rosemary (1992/2004) A World of Girls. The Appeal of the Girls’ School Story,
London: Women’s Press.
Auchmuty, Rosemary (1999/2008) A World of Women: Growing Up in the Girls’ School
Story, London: Women’s Press.
Auchmuty, Rosemary (2004) The NCC Book List of Children’s Series Fiction, Amersham: New
Chalet Club.
Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Juliet (eds) (1994) The Chalet School Revisited, London:
Bettany Press.
Auerbach, Nina (1978) Communities of Women: an Idea in Fiction, Harvard: Harvard
University Press.
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Fantasies by Victorian Women Writers, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.
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Books for Girls, 2nd edn, London: Bettany Press.
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Children’s Fiction 1770–1950, Leicester: Hodder and Stoughton.
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Work of Iona and Peter Opie, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
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English Children’s Stories, 1780-1900, London: Hodder and Stoughton.
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Allen Lane.
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Bang, Molly (1991) Picture This. How Pictures Work, New York: SeaStar.
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Julia MacRae.
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Barker, Martin (1984/1992) A Haunt of Fears: the Strange History of the British Horror
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Portsmouth: Penguin Collectors’ Society.
Barr, John (1986) Illustrated Children’s Books, London: British Library.
Barron, Neil (1999) Fantasy and Horror. A Critical and Historical Guide to Literature,
Illustration, Film, TV, Radio, and the Internet, Langham, MD and London:
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Selected Professional Readings, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
Barry, Florence V. (1922) A Century of Children’s Books, London: Methuen.
Baskin, Barbara H., and Harris, Karen H. (1977) Notes from a Different Drummer: a
Guide to Juvenile Fiction Portraying the Handicapped, New Jersey: Bowker. (1984:
More Notes from a Different Drummer.) [Serving Special Populations Series]
Batey, Mavis (1998) The World of Alice, Norwich: Pitkin.
Bathurst, David (1994) Six of the Best! Being an Affectionate Tribute to Six of the Most
Significant School Story Writers of the 20th Century, Chichester: Romansmead.
Bator, Robert (ed) (1983) Signposts to Criticism of Children’s Literature, Chicago:
American Library Association.
Battiscombe, Georgina (1943) Charlotte Mary Yonge: the Story of an Uneventful Life,
London: Constable.
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Yonge, London: Cresset Press.
Bazalgette, Cary and Buckingham, David (eds) (1995) In Front of the Children: Screen
Entertainment and Young Audiences, London: British Film Institute.
Bearne, Eve (1995) (ed) Greater Expectations. Children Reading Writing, London:
Bearne, Eve and Watson, Victor (eds) (2000) Where Texts and Children Meet, London:
Beatrix Potter Society (2008) Beatrix Potter: Fables to Faeries, Ambleside: Beatrix
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Beckett, Sandra L. (2002) Recycling Red Riding Hood, New York and London:
Beckett, Sandra L. (2008) Red Riding Hood for All Ages, Detroit: Wayne State University
Beckett, Sandra L. (2009) Crossover Fiction, Global and Historical Perspectives,
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Beckett, Sandra L. (ed) (1997) Reflections of Change. Children's Literature Since 1945,
Westport CT: Greenwood.
Beckett, Sandra L. (ed) (1999) Transcending Boundaries: Writing for a Dual Audience of
Children and Adults, New York and London: Garland.
Beckett, Sandra L. and Nikolajeva, Maria (eds) (2006) Beyond Babar: the European
Tradition of Children’s Literature, Langham, MD: Scarecrow.
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Bennett, Jill (1982) Learning to Read with Picture Books, South Woodchester: Thimble
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Benton, Michael (ed) (1980) Approaches to Research in Children’s Literature,
Southampton: Department of Education, Southampton University.
Benton, Michael and Fox, Geoff (1985) Teaching Literature 9–14, Oxford: Oxford
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Benton, Mike (1990) The Comic Book in America, Dallas, TX: Taylor.
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Favorite Fairy Tales, New York: Anchor.
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Aldershot: Ashgate.
Berresford Ellis, Peter and Schofield, Jennifer (1993) Biggles! The Life Story of Capt. W.
E. Johns, Creator of Biggles, Worrals, Gimlet and Steeley, Godmanstone: Veloce.
Bettelheim, Bruno (1976) The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of
Fairy Tales, London: Thames and Hudson.
Bingham, Jane M. (ed) (1988) Writers for Children. Critical Studies of the Major Authors
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Bingham, Jane and Scholt, Grayce (1980) Fifteen Centuries of Children’s Literature. An
Annotated Chronology of British and American Works in Historical Context,
Westport, CT: Greenwood.
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Haven: Yale University Press.
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Boys, and the Million Dollar Fiction Factory, New York: Ungar.
Bishop, Rudine Sims (2007) Free Within Ourselves: the Development of African
American Children’s Literature, Westport, CT: Greenwood.
Bixler, Phyllis (1994) Frances Hodgson Burnett, Boston: Twayne/Hall.
Bixler, Phyllis (1996) The Secret Garden: Nature’s Magic, New York: Twayne.
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and London: Routledge.
Blake, Andrew (2002) The Irresistible Rise of Harry Potter: Kid-Lit in a Globalised
World, London: Verso.
Blake, Quentin (2002) Magic Pencil. Children’s Book Illustration Today, London:
British Council/British Library.
Blamires, David (ed) (1994) Children’s Literature: Bulletin of the John Rylands
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Blamires, David (2009) Telling Tales. The Impact of Germany on English Children’s
Books 1780-1918, Cambridge: Open Book.
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Bloch, Dorothy (1978/1994) ‘So the Witch Won’t Eat Me’. Fantasy and the Child’s Fear
of Infanticide, Boston: Houghton Mifflin/Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson
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Boone, Troy (2004) Youth of Darkest England. Working Class Children at the Heart of
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Bosmajian, Hamida (2001) Sparing the Child. Grief and the Unspeakable in Youth
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Bott, Caroline G. (2003) The Life and Works of Alfred Bestall, Illustrator of Rupert Bear,
London: Bloomsbury.
Bottalla, Paola, and Santini, Monica (eds) (2009) What are Little Boys and Girls Made
Of? Gender Issues in Children’s Literature, Padova: Unipress.
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Paradigm, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Bottigheimer, Ruth B. (1987) Grimms’ Bad Girls and Bold Boys: the Moral and Social
Vision of the Tales, New Haven: Yale University Press.
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Boyd, Kelly (2003) Manliness and the Boys’ Paper Story in Britain: A Cultural History
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Bradford, Clare (2007) Unsettling Narratives: Postcolonial Readings of Children’s
Literature, Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
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Children, Childhood and Children’s Literature, Lichfield: Pied Piper.
Bradford, Clare, Mallan, Kerry, Stephens, John, and McCallum, Robyn (2008) New
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Young Adult Literature], Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.
Carter, James (1999) Talking Books: Children’s Authors Talk About the Craft, Creativity
and Process of Writing, London: Routledge.
Cashdan, Sheldon (1999) The Witch Must Die. The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales, New
York: Basic Books.
Cass, Joan E. (1967/1984) Literature and the Young Child, 2nd edn, Harlow: Longman.
Castle, Kathryn (1996) Britannia’s Children: Reading Colonialism through Children’s
Books and Magazines, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
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