Bottigheimer: Bibliography of British Books for Children & Adolescents 1470-1770.
AuthorBottigheimer, Ruth B.
PublisherStony Brook, NY: Stony Brook University Libraries.
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SubjectChildren -- Books and reading -- English-speaking countries.
Children’s stories, English -- History and criticism.
Children -- Books and reading -- History.
Children's literature, English -- Bibliography.
Young adult literature, English -- Bibliography
DescriptionV, 313 p. : 28 cm. (Original analog version).
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