Fantasy Literature for Children and Young Adults: An Annotated Bibliography
Ruth Nadelman Lynn
Bowker, Jan 1, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 1092 pages
Indespensible for maintaining a strong fantasy collection, this classic guide features more than 4,800 fantasy novels and story collections that have been reviewed and recommended by at least two leading journals. New to this edition are: 1,500 new fantasy novels and collections 4,000 new sources in the research guide, which includes more than 10,500 articles, books, and disserations five new review sources added to the 24 previously cited recommendation symbols that denote superior quality numbered entries for quick reference and an expanded Subject Index Ten topical chapters range from Allegorical Fantasy and Literary Fairy Tales to Witchraft and Sorcery. Each annotated title includes extensive bibliographic references, along with reading level, major awards won, recommendation symbols, and review citations.
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More than an update, this exciting guide to the genre's past 88 years doubles the number of primary entries found in the 1983 edition and adds bibliographies for teaching and for 600 authors. Greatly ... Read full review