Children's literature

Going rogue takes courage, and what better place to cultivate that feeling than between the hard covers of children's books, where rebellious protagonists like Pippi Longstocking and Oliver Tw
Author-illustrator Maira Kalman’s bibliography is an impressive one.
Lauded as the Hans Christian Andersen of our time,
How many seagulls does it take to lift a giant peach?
This is 'volume three' in a series of posts following the progress of the upcoming Grolier Club exhibition on children's literature.
Our occasional series profiling bibliomystery authors continues today with Marianne MacDonald, author of the Dido Hoare series.  MacDonald's books feature Dido Hoare, an antiquarian bookseller
It is a truth universally acknowledged that readers love lists. Collectors do, too.