1. What is children’s literature?


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1.What is children’s literature?
•Books, stories, folklore, riddles, poems. 
•From birth through age 18? 
•Are there books for different age groups?
•“a significant truth expressed in appropriate elements and memorable language”. 
•Literature is more than a piece of writing that clarifies or explains. It delights and reveals 
2.Why Study Children's Literature? 
Many strong reasons for studying children’s literature are shaped by the objectives
values, beliefs, and salable skills of the discipline in which the coursework is seated, but all 
courses across the wide educational spectrum share elements that invite us to the study of 
children’s literature. Once we choose to accept the invitation, reward us generously for the 
cleverness of our choice. 
First and foremost, a study of children’s literature brings into focus personal taste and 
beauty 
 
3. Who invented children's literature?
Charles Perrault began recording fairy tales in France, publishing his first collection in 
1697. They were not well received among the French literary society, who saw them as only 
fit for old people and children 
Since the beginning of time, adults have entertained children with stories and fables. 
From these folktales developed an elaborate tapestry of children's literature. Today children's 
literature encompasses multiple genres and appeals to readers of every age. Let's take a look 
at a brief history of children's literature.
Just as other forms of literature, children's literature grew from stories passed down orally 
from generation to generation. Irish folk tales can be traced back as early as 400 BCE, while 
the earliest written folk tales are arguably the Pachatantra, from India, which were written 
around 200 AD. The earliest version of Aesop's Fables appeared on papyrus scrolls around 
400 AD. 
In Imperial China, story telling reached its peak during the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD). 
Many stories from this epoch are still used to instruct students in China 
4.What differentiates between children and adult literature? 
•Simpler expression of ideas. 
•Simple vocabulary 
•Attention span 
•Stories are told more directly with r/ship among characters shown clearly. 
•Children more open to experimenting with more forms of literature than adults. 
•Children find spontaneous pleasure in rhymes & jokes, cartoons, comics, etc. 
•Adults tend to stick to one type of literature. 

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