Books

Children’s Literature Past and Present: What’s Changed?

Library of Congress, Children's Book Week

The world’s largest library, the U.S. Library of Congress recently made a collection of historic children’s books publicly available online. These relics from the past, some of which are 100 years old, would likely not be viewed by children today, but now anyone can view these children’s books for free online. All of the books in the collection were published in England and the United States before 1924 and are no longer under copyright, meaning they can be enjoyed and shared by anyone. Continue reading “Children’s Literature Past and Present: What’s Changed?”