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The proof of the puddin' : Australian children's literature 1970-1990 / Maurice Saxby
Bib ID 1152953
Format BookBook
Author
Saxby, H. M. (Henry Maurice), 1924-
 
Description Sydney : Ashton Scholastic, 1993 
769 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780868966045
0868966045
9780868966052
0868966053
Full contents
  • 1. Directions and trends
  • 2. Books before school
  • 3. The picture book
  • 4. Junior books
  • 5. Adventure and adventure plus
  • 6. The animal world
  • 7. Ecology and conservation
  • 8. Domestic and social realism
  • 9. Multicultural Australia
  • 10. Aboriginal Australians
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

The Library's REF copy signed by the author.

Subjects Children's literature, Australian - History and criticism.  |  Children - Books and reading.

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