Hammersmith and Fulham Early Children’s Books Collection

Hammersmith and Fulham Early Children’s Books Collection

By Dr Jane Carroll, NCRCL Lecturer

If you’ve been up to visit the children’s literature collection in the University of Roehampton in the past few weeks, you’ll have noticed a new set of old books up on the shelves. 918 more words

Children's Literature

The Forest Girl - part three

In part two we left Lisa Browning fleeing from Cerridwen, who was revealing more of her bizarre character. Lance Carpenter, who has been interested in Cerridwen, also began to make connections with the Ash family and the disappearances of children wherever the family has lived. 1,265 more words


The Famous Five

This article appeared in the online edition of Verve (www.vervemagazine.in), a fashion and lifestyle magazine, based in Mumbai, India, dated August 3, 2014.

Some of the most profound things in life have been said by the writers of children’s literature. 845 more words


Libros Latin@s: Max Loves Muñecas! by Zetta Elliott

Reviewed by Ashley Hope Pérez 

PUBLISHER’S DESCRIPTION: Max wants to visit a beautiful boutique that sells handmade dolls, but he worries that other children will tease him. 1,315 more words

Libros Latin@s

A Rookie’s Guide to Self-Publishing a Trade Paperback

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You’ve written a great story (or work of non-fiction). You’ve fine-tuned it, rewritten it, labored over it for ages. You know it’s good. 2,034 more words

Self Publishing

Brown Girl Dreaming

As part of my research, I have been reading African-American children’s and Young Adult books. I just finished Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson, which is a must-read memoir for any person who appreciates language and unique storytelling style through the eyes of a child. 200 more words

The Place of the Lion in C.S. Lewis’ Fiction

A couple of years ago, I had the pleasure of being a guest blogger for The Oddest Inkling in a series on Charles Williams’ The Place of the Lion… 1,784 more words

C.S. Lewis