Occasional Papers nos:6, 11, 12, 13, 14 &15 can be purchased for £3.00 each
I Pat Garrett. After Henry: Early ABCs
II Routh & Demourova. The Neverland: Two Flights over the Territory.
III Sue Dipple. Chapbooks.
IV Paul Goldman. Children's Illustration in the 1860s
V Morna Daniels. The Firm of Blackie and some of their Children's Books.
VI Robert Kirkpatrick. Before Tom Brown: the Birth and Development of the Boys' School Story
VII David Stoker. Cobwebs to Catch Flies: a bibliographical case study.
VIII Robert Kirkpatrick. The Three Lives of Bernard Heldmann
IX Lesley Delaney. WalterCrane:Promoting Visual Literacy in Nursery Picture Books.
X Brian Alderson: Crossing The Bridge: some notes on children's book publishing in the 1940s.
XI Robert Kirkpatrick. Wild Boys in the Dock – Victorian Juvenile Literature and Juvenile Crime
XII Brian Alderson: Some Notes on the Early Publishing and Illustrations of Poetry for Children
XIII Lesley Delaney: L.Leslie Brooke and his book illustrations
XIV Susan Bailes: Florence Upton
XV David Stoker: Mrs Bragge's Children's Reading 1795-1808
Crossovers: an exhibition catalogue devised by the Society for the 13th Biennial Congress of The International Research Society forChildren's Literature. August 1997. £3.00 to members
The Religious Tract Society as a Publisher of Children's Books; Exhibition Catalogue £3.00 to members.
Remittances should be made payable to The Children's Books History Society, and sent to the Secretary Robert Kirkpatrick (see the Contact Us page for address details)