Who next...? : A guide to children's authors, 2nd ed., Norah Irvin (ed)
AbstractParents, teachers and public librarians all strive to promote reading. They want children to enjoy reading and to widen their horizons in the ongoing search for new and exciting authors. Often this is difficult, because children claim to have read everything of interest (Reviewer's comment: "I can recall doing this myself".), and the "promoters'" recommendations are limited by their own reading experiences, and the knowledge of authors a particular child might like. Their only alternative is then to rely on recommendations by other parents, librarians and teachers. Who next ... ?, however, aptly solves this problem by offering a ready reference work on children's fiction and authoritative...
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