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Fantasy literature for children and young adults; a comprehensive guide, 5th ed.




Fantasy literature for children and young adults; a comprehensive guide, 5th ed.

Lynn, Ruth Nadelman.

Libraries Unlimited, [c]2005

1128 p.


This comprehensive guide categorizes and describes 7600 fantasy novels and story collections for children and young adults in grades 3 through 12. The entries include series titles, suggested grade level, original country of publication, a brief description of the title, bibliographic information and review citations. The entries are organized by subgenres and themes. In this fifth edition, 2880 books have been added and 80 deleted. The high fantasy section has been separated into chapters on alternate worlds or histories, myth and legend fantasy, and travel to other worlds.
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Date:Aug 1, 2005
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