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A Children's Literature Tour of Great Britain

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What do Paddington Bear, Rupert Bear, and Winnie the Pooh have in common, besides their ursine roots? They lived in real places, as well as in the imaginations of countless generations. Those places still exist. And inveterate globetrotter Mark West has been to them all. Children's Literature Tour of Great Britain provides detailed information on 49 important sites with a ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published September 27th 2003 by Scarecrow Press
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Daisy May Johnson
West's tour of Great Britain from a children's literature perspective both satisfies and frustrates in fairly equal measure.

What interests me about this book is the palpable tension between the nature of such a guide and the literature it concerns. The blurb on the back cover comments that: "Many of the sites on West's Tour are geared toward children, while some are clearly intended for adults. All will add depth and delight to your next excursion into the fantastic (and fascinating) world of B
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