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Red Globe Press
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Little Goody Two-Shoes and Other Stories

Originally Published by John Newbery

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 280
Series:

Classics of Children's Literature

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Paperback - 9781137274274

04 September 2013

$21.99

Hardcover - 9781137274281

16 September 2017

Ebook - 9781137274298

07 July 2017

$17.99

Ebook - 9781137274304

04 September 2013

$29.99

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John Newbery is celebrated as the first successful publisher of children's books, and the founder of modern children's literature. Three classic works published by Newbery (the authors unknown) are now available for a new...

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John Newbery is celebrated as the first successful publisher of children's books, and the founder of modern children's literature. Three classic works published by Newbery (the authors unknown) are now available for a new generation of readers. Edited by M. O. Grenby, with an introduction, explanatory notes and suggestions for further reading.

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The Palgrave Classics in Children's Literature series makes classic and formerly rare children's stories available to a new generation of readers?

John Newbery is widely recognised as the founder of modern children's literature
The only available edition of three of his most influential stories, featuring 96 original illustrations Introduction and explanatory notes by M. O. Grenby, one of the world's leading scholars in children's literature

Introduction
Note on the Texts
Further Reading
1. The Lilliputian Magazine
2. he History of Little Goody Two-Shoes
3. The Fairing: or, A Golden Toy for Children
Notes.

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M.O. Grenby is Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies in the School of English at Newcastle University, UK. He has published extensively on the British response to the French Revolution, the political novel and the early history of children's books.

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M.O. Grenby is Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies in the School of English at Newcastle University, UK. He has published extensively on the British response to the French Revolution, the political novel and the early history of children's books.

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