What do Draculas do?: essays on contemporary writers of fiction for children and young adults
One of Britain's best-known critics of fiction for children and young adults discusses the work of Maurice Sendak, Madeleine L'Engle, Mary Norton, Ronald Dahl, Ivan Southall, Patricia Wrightson, Margaret Mahy, and many others.
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Freedom and ImprisonmentMary Norton
Enigma VariationsWilliam Mayne
The Virtues of ImprobabilityJoan Aiken
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