Tag Archives: Lisa Boggiss Boyce

On children and fear

I particularly enjoyed what Lisa Boggiss Boyce wrote about scary stories (and even more particularly enjoyed Sendak’s statement!): “For those who might be concerned about the suitability of such content for children, the words of Maurice Sendak in his 1964 Caldecott Award acceptance … Continue reading

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Pop up books explained

I really enjoyed this article: Lisa Boggiss Boyce (2011) ‘Pop Into My Place: An Exploration of the Narrative and Physical Space in Jan Pienkowski’s Haunted House‘ Children’s Literature in Education 42: 243-255 “Abstract Discussions of children’s literature frequently neglect the pop-up. This universally … Continue reading

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