Books for Keeps

Books for Keeps is a British online magazine covering children's books.[1][2] The magazine launched in 1980 and includes books reviews, author interviews, and articles. The Books for Keeps website says it includes more than 12,500 reviews and more than 2,000 articles and interviews and quotes Philip Pullman as saying it is "the most important periodical in the world of British children's books." The headquarters of the magazine is in Wood Green.[3]

Brian Alderson (writer), founder of the Children's Books History Society and former Children's Book Editor for The Times, writes a "Classics in Short" section in the magazine's back pages.[4]

BooksEdit

Books for Keeps also publishes various books:

  • The Books for Keeps Guide to Children's Books for a Multi-cultural Society: Level 0–7, by Pat Triggs Books for Keeps, 1986 - Children of minorities - 64 pages[5]
  • The Books for Keeps Guide to Poetry 0–16, Books for Keeps, P. Triggs (1988)[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b International Companion Encyclopedia of Children's Literature, Peter Hunt (ed.) pp. 435, 202
  2. ^ The Primary English Encyclopedia: The Heart of the Curriculum, Margaret Mallett
  3. ^ "Books for Keeps". Linkedin. Retrieved 17 June 2020.
  4. ^ Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3–11: A Comprehensive Guide. Margaret Mallett, p. 7.
  5. ^ The Books for Keeps Guide to Children's Books for a Multi-cultural Society: Level 0–7, Pat Triggs (ed.), Compiled by Judith Elkin. Books for Keeps, 1986. ISBN 9118501370, ISBN 9789118501371.

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