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Development of Children's Book

700

Before 1700 oral stories were told by Minstrels, King Arthur, Ballad, etc.

Hornbooks

1440

Hornbooks Develop

Beginning Of Chapbooks

1580

Beginning of Chapbooks in 1580s

Orbis Pictus

1659

In the seventeenth century, Orbis Pictus took place and the (The World Illustrated) Johann Amos Cornenius
In the mid fifteen century, young children learned to read from the "chapbooks" a little wooden paddle.

Eighteen Centruy

1706

The Arabian Nights, translated by Edgar Taylor, illustrated by George Cruikshank. By the end of eighteen century, children had excess to entertaining alphabet books, nursery rhymes, and poetry, fairy tales, and information books.

Boooks Traslated in 18th Century

1744

Perrault's Fairy Tales" into English "Alittle Pretty Pocket Book (1744) by John Newbery.

Books translated in eighteenth century

1780

"Mother Goose's Melody" may have been Newbery)1780

Nineteenth Century

1823

Grimm's Ppopular stories, translated by Edger Taylor, illustrated by George Cruikshank.
books- The adventures, Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain (1876) and Black Beauty by Anne Sewell (1877)

First Half Century

1900

Wizard of Oz, L.Frank Baum

Tail of Peter Rabit

1902

Tail of Peter Rabit by Beatrix

Peter Pan

1906

Peter Panin Kensington Garden by J.M.Barrie

First Half of Tweentieth Century

1920

The Brownies Book, W.E.B.DuBois

Second Half Century

1950

Pippi Longstocking, Astrid Lingren

Technology

1950

In the later part of nineteenth century also saw improvements in the technology of printing. Edmund Evan's extraodinay Talent as an engraver and in inprovement in color printing techniques.

My Bother Sam is Dead

1974

Secound Half of the Twentieth books

1975

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in people's Ears, retold by Vema Aaedema, illustrated by Leo and Diana Dillon.

Secound Half of the Twentieth books

1998

Harry Potter and Sorcerer's Stone by J.K.Rowling

Secound Half of the Twentieth books

1999

The Birchbark House, Louise Erdrich

Twentieth Centrury

2000

Technology improvements made it possible to create beautiful illustrated, well bound books for children.Also publishers, authors, and illustrators finally recognized that children's literature needed to reflect the many faes and cultures.

Multicultural World Of Children's Book