Common Themes in Children's LiteratureShared themes in children's literature
Shared themes Teaching resources
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Shared themes in children's literature
Literature has many characteristics. This includes action, characterisation, symbolism and themes. This topic will help to put history at the centre and is therefore an essential part of the work. Much of the subject matter in children's literature is similar to that in adults' literature, especially those that deal with people' emotional responses.
Although the issue of the work is the issue on which the writer is writing, the issue is a testimony or view on the issue. They can also reply to the question: "What does the protagonist learnt in the course of history?" Friendliness is a very common need of kids and therefore every books that uses this issue is a good read.
One example is "The Outsiders" by H.E. Hinton, which focuses on fellowship as part of band work. History evolves the subject with a band from a low-income area and a band from a wealthy area. Changing the figure's lifestyle focuses on the need for fellowship and the need to be part of a group.
A further work on this subject is "Bad Fall" by Charles Crawford. These stories show the importance of boyhood and boyhood bonding. Every familiy is different, and yet there is something in common in our common world. Bruce Brooks' Everywhere shows the relation between a little kid and his ageing grandpa.
The Stone-Faced Boy" by Paula Fox seems to reject the little guy from his familiy, and only by mastering tricky circumstances does his familiy come to him. In many children's literature, Bigotry and prejudices are a common topic. It shows the terrors of racial xenophobia and their effects on childhood.
"Mildred D. Taylor's The Gold Cadillac" recounts the stories of a young African woman and the prejudices she and her loved ones suffered during a journey to the South in the 1950' in the family's new Cadillac. "William Barrett's The Field's Links " shows how a young man in the black man category is helping sisters in a history of racist and religio intolerance.
Frequent topics in children's literature are mature and harmful to young people. One interesting history for the medium-sized business that uses this topic is "Charley Skedaddle" by Patricia Beatty. They have to change their lives when their girlfriend is taken to a Japanese-American detention centre. "Fred Gipson's Old Yeller" narrates a boy's borderline lifestyle and from growing to ripeness by assuming the responsibilities of masculinity.