Literature for Children and Youth
by Dwight L. Burton & Nancy Larrick - 1961
In this day of mass communication, the current literature for children and youth is naturally more extensive than at any earlier period of time. But it is equally impressive to observe that this literature is now competing with the most elaborate network of oral-language entertainment the world has ever known.
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