Betty A. McDonald Children's Literature Collection: Fantasy

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Fantasy

Fantasy helps the child develop imagination” (p. 286).

Well written fantasy, like other fiction, has a well-constructed plot, convincing characterization, a worthwhile theme, and an appropriate style” (p. 290).

The children in books of fantasy often possess a magical object, know a magical saying, or have magical powers themselves” (p.305).

Source: Kiefer, B. (2010). Charlotte Huck’s children’s literature. (10th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill 

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