Monthly Archives: November 2014

Response to Zipe

Module 1 pt2 Blog Entry Zipes’ comment seems to be right – just based on my readings and personal experiences. Sustained reading is not a part of every readers’ experience and this is something we need to consider when we … Continue reading

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Children’s literature – key elements

The definitions of children’s literature are varied and broad.  They do seem to have a common element: the literature  must be written in a way that children can read and understand.  While much of what we would classify as children’s … Continue reading

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The future of children’s literature

I am confident that the future of children’s literature remains bright.  It may not remain in the same format we currently use, however children will always love stories and books are such as easy way of accessing them.  We listen … Continue reading

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