Listed in: English, as ENGL-272
Karen J. Sanchez-Eppler (Section 01)
Children’s books are a site of first encounter, a doorway to literacy and literature. This course will offer both a history of book production for child readers in England and the United States and an exploration of what these first books can teach us about the attractions, expectations, and responsibilities of reading.
Limited to 80 students. Spring semester. Professor K. Sánchez-Eppler.
If Overenrolled: Priority given to pre-registered students in this order: English majors who still need 200-level courses, then seniors, then first years, then sophomores, and finally juniors.