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posted on 21 Mar 2016
















Angela Brazil and Enid Blyton’s School Girl Stories: their appeal to children

 by Lydia H. Court

"Trease states that ‘A good children’s book is one which uses language skilfully to entertain and to represent reality, to stimulate the imagination or to educate the emotions’ but recognises the responsibilities of children’s authors and quotes Malcolm Saville: ’we who write for the men and women of tomorrow, have great responsibilities and must recognize them’ (Malcolm Saville, in Trease, p9-10). "

You can continue reading Lydia Court's essay by clicking on this link: essay_angela_brazil_enid_blyton1.pdf