LA TROBE LIBRARY JOURNAL, Special Issue on Australian Children's Literature,

By: Brian Hubber, editor,

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LA TROBE LIBRARY JOURNAL, Special Issue on Australian Children's Literature, by Brian Hubber, editor, with photography by Adrian Flint
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State Library of Victoria Foundation, Melbourne - ISSN:00413152, 1998. softcover, 7" x 10. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Sixteen full-colour plates, other b&w photograohs. Thirteen fine scholars in Australian children's literature present their research in ways accessible to an intelligent lay readership under three organic groupings: 'Authorship' (three neglected children's authors); 'Representations' (modern city, Asian settlers, colonial Melbourne, gold rushes, mothers & mothering); and 'Consumption' (pioneering efforts to promote children's books).

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