Children's Authors

Goldman, Phyllis Barkas
January 1996
Monkeyshines on Great American Authors;1996, p12
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The article focuses on children's literature. Children's literature is unique, and authors who write for children have the difficult task of creating a work that both entertains and educates young minds. Children's literature includes poetry, adventure novels and folk stories.


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