By R. L. Stine
"Reader beware--you pick out the scare! provide your self GOOSEBUMPS! You're headed to a South American jungle along with your nature-study classification. every little thing turns out beautiful cool firstly, yet you then begin to lose interest. Where's the seashore? Where's the buzz? so that you and your pal choose to do some exploring by yourself. That's if you see anything so freaky, all you need to do is get out of there! for those who run screaming down one path you'll turn out at a waterfall with a creepy underground cave. should you opt for the opposite path you'll devour a few fruit that turns you right into a crazy-looking sea monster. Will you come again to basic earlier than issues begin to get fairly fish?!! the alternative is yours during this frightening GOOSEBUMPS experience that's filled with over 20 super-spooky endings! "
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These three countries can be regarded as the cradles of children’s literature. ) The rise of specific children’s literature in these northwest European countries went hand in hand with the far-reaching social, economic, political, and cultural changes that accompanied the formation of the middle classes. These were, very briefly, the evolution of the middle-class, nuclear family, with the separation of family and work and the liberation of children from working life; the perception of childhood as a phase of life differing fundamentally from adult existence (a key influence here was Jean-Jacques Rousseau); the definition of children as objects of serious responsibility in need of protection and education; the emergence of a class of parents who could afford to invest in their children; the development of a school system and an increased demand for educational books for children; and changes in the literary market that later led to the production of purely commercial children’s literature.
See ABC BOOKS OR ALPHABET BOOKS. AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (ALA). The American Library Association, founded in 1876, is the oldest and largest library association in the world, with more than 64,000 members. Representing all types of libraries—public, school, academic, and so on—its mission is to promote the highest-quality library and information services and public access to information. Two of its 11 divisions are dedicated to promoting children’s and young adult literature, the Association for Library Services to Children (ALSC) and the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).
Indd xxx 10/14/10 4:47 AM Introduction What is children’s literature? Is it literature written by children, for children, or about children? Are there specific stylistic or thematic features common to all children’s books by which they can be identified? These and related questions have been asked by scholars in their search for a definition. This section will address these questions, first looking at key differences between children’s literature and its counterpart for adults. This will be followed by a brief look at the rise and development of children’s literature and a reflection on the currently relevant issues of internationalism and globalization.
Deep in the Jungle of Doom (Give Yourself Goosebumps, Book 11) by R. L. Stine