Tuesday, 19 August 2008

Three cheers for children's literature

Not unexpectedly, three children's writers top the list of 50 favourites in a recent survey. Among the 50 there are no less than ten children's writers, depending on how you judge J R R Tolkien and Mark Twain. And the only non-English-language author, Leo Tolstoy, also wrote for children.

Maybe I am in the right field after all.

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