From Rollo to Tom Sawyer, and other papers;Material type: BookPublisher: Boston, Horn Book, 1948Description: 160 p. 21 cm.Subject(s): Children's literature -- History and criticism | Children -- Books and reading
|Item type||Location||Call number||Status||Date due|
Epoka University Library
|PN 1009 .A J6 1948 (Browse shelf)||Available|
Browsing Epoka University Library Shelves Close shelf browser
|No cover image available||No cover image available|
|PN 181 .S74 1988 On the teaching of creative writing :||PN 671 .R87 1994 The Rusted hauberk :||PN 751 .D38 1998 Romanticism & esoteric tradition :||PN 1009 .A J6 1948 From Rollo to Tom Sawyer,||PN 1009.A1 .H33 1983 Books, children, and men /||PN 1583 .T39 1999 The spectator :||PN 1584 .N49 1994 The New York Public Library performing arts desk reference.|
The title essay was the 1st Caroline M. Hewins lecture, read at the 40th anniversary meeting of the Round Table of Children's Librarians of New England at Swampscott, Mass., Oct. 18, 1947; 6 of the other essays have appeared in the Horn book.
Introductory.--From Rollo to Tom Sawyer.--"The Juvenile miscellany" and its literary ladies.--Peter Parley.--The children of Jacob Abbott.--Susan Warner and her Wide, wide world.--The dawn of imagination in American books for children.--Elijah Kellogg and the Elm Island boys.--Horace E. Scudder, critic and editor.--"Our young folks," its editors and authors.--Good old "St. Nicholas" and its contemporaries.--The golden age.