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An Introduction to CHEMISTRY- 2nd
An Introduction to CHEMISTRY- 2nd by mark bishop 097781050X 9780977810505
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An Introduction to CHEMISTRY- 2nd by mark bishop

Originally published in paperback in 1982, this book was written in answer to the question which books should our children read, and why? It is a study of what is, in the authors opinion, the best childrens fiction of the previous hundred years, and at the same time a study of the social values which that fiction celebrates and criticises. Fred Inglis concentrates on stories for children aged between nine and thirteen; he contrasts the kinds of delight and profit to be gained from classics ancient and modern, from the novels of Dickens and Lewis Carroll via those of Arthur Ransome and Tolkien to William Mayne, Ursula Leguin, Russell Hoban and Philippa Pearce, situating these books in the social context from which they came and relating them to the audience of adults who are expected to write, publish, judge and choose books for their children.

Author: mark bishop

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 760

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Publication Date: 2007-01-01

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