The Most Influential Children’s Fantasy Books


CHILDREN'S FANTASY LITERATURE: AN INTRODUCTION explores the most significant children's fantasy books from Lewis Carroll's ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND to Neil Gaimen's THE GRAVEYARD BOOK.


Children’s Fantasy Literature: An Introduction, Michael Levy and Farah Mendlesohn’s fascinating new book traces the evolving genre of children’s fantasy.

For a preview of the topics discussed in this book, please view the timeline of the Most Influential Children’s Fantasy books of all-time.

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About the Author: Farah Mendlesohn


About the Author: Michael Levy

Michael Levy is Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, Stout. He is the author of Natalie Babbitt (1991) and Portrayal of Southeast Asian Refugees in Recent American Children's Books (2000), editor of The Moon Pool by A. Merritt (2004), and co-editor of the peer-reviewed journal Extrapolation. Levy was awarded the Clareson Award for D...

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