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Children’s Fantasy Review Part 2

Divine intervention: The Horse and His Boy and A Wrinkle in Time See part 1 of this series here. The Horse and His Boy is my favorite book of the Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis, a series now … Continue reading

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Children’s Fantasy Review Part 1

Things happen at random: The Phantom Tollbooth and Mary Poppins The Phantom Tollbooth by Norman Juster and Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers are two of the classics of children’s fantasy literature. Like much children’s fantasy, both books tell the … Continue reading

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Children’s fantasy literature review: Introduction

Children’s books are very much a genre of their own–or rather multiple genres, since they can be realist or literary fiction, mysteries, fantasy, history, or (almost) any other adult genre, plus the different age groups: chapter books (ages 6-10), middle … Continue reading

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