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W. Awdry and son christopher’s the railway series features thomas the tank engine. Margery sharp’s series the rescuers is based on a heroic mouse organisation. The third children’s laureate michael morpurgo published war horse in 1982. Dick king-smith’s novels include the sheep-pig , and the water horse.

The better they read, the more successful they become at school as well as in their life. Story books that are delighting and engaging can induce their interest for reading. Monkey pen offers free children’s books to read numerous free digital children’s books. Children story books for fun-loving kids, present your kids the personalised children books for abundance of joy in storytelling. However, we’re really pleased with our list of the best children’s books and we hope it will inspire your family’s own adventures into children’s literature. Typically, children’s literature scholars from literature departments in universities (english, german, spanish, etc. Departments), cultural studies, or in the humanities conduct literary analysis of books.

Johann david wyss wrote the adventure novel the swiss family robinson . The period from 1890 until world war I is considered the golden age of children’s literature in scandinavia. Children Books Erik werenskiold, theodor kittelsen, and dikken zwilgmeyer were especially popular, writing folk and fairy tales as well as realistic fiction. The 1859 translation into english by george webbe dasent helped increase the stories’ influence. One of the most influential and internationally most successful scandinavian children’s books from this period is selma lagerlöfs the wonderful adventures of nils. Astrid lindgren and jostein gaarder (sophie’s world) are two of the best-known scandinavian writers internationally.

Diana wynne jones wrote the young adult fantasy novel howl’s moving castle in 1986. Anne fine’s madame doubtfire is based around a family with divorced parents.

Susan cooper’s the dark is rising is a five-volume fantasy saga set in england and wales. Raymond briggs’ children’s picture book the snowman has been adapted as an animation, shown every christmas on british television.

In finland, some of the most significant children’s book writers include tove jansson , oiva paloheimo and elina karjalainen (uppo-nalle). An important aspect of british children’s literature has been comic books and magazines. Amongst the most popular comics have been the beano and the dandy . British comics in the 20th century evolved from illustrated penny dreadfuls of the victorian era . First published in the 1830s, according to the guardian, penny dreadfuls were “Britain’s first taste of mass-produced popular culture for the young.” ruth manning-sanders’s first collection, a book of giants, retells a number of giant stories from around the world.

Anthony horowitz’s alex rider series begins with stormbreaker . E. T. A. Hoffmann’s tale “The nutcracker and the mouse king” was published in 1816 in a german collection of stories for children, kinder-märchen. It is the first modern short story to introduce bizarre, odd and grotesque elements in children’s literature and thereby anticipates lewis carroll’s tale, alice’s adventures in wonderland. There are not only parallels concerning the content , but also the origin of the tales as both are dedicated and given to a daughter of the author’s friends. Reading is one of the life skills that every child must pick up in their early age.

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