My last post discussed what it means to study children’s literature, so here I want to offer a few links that might be useful or interesting.
Outside In is about children’s literature and translation and Deborah Hallford and Edgardo Zaghini, who run the site, edited a collection of articles about and summaries of children’s literature in translation.
Write Away has many reviews of children’s literature and runs a conference and other activities.
Two organizations dedicated to the study and promotion of children’s literature are IRSCL and IBBY (note that I’ve given the link to IBBY in the UK, but there are branches all over the world).
Here are some major academic journals on children’s lit:
IRCL, which is run by IRSCL
New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship
If you know of any other useful links, let me know!
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