Children's Books (Author)
Coming of Age in Children's Literature
Children’s Literature and National Identity
Information and Book Learning
Learning to Read
On Being Literate
Children's Books (Contributor)
|Ways of Being Male||BfK No. 141 (July 2003)||
Margaret Meek on masculinities in children's fiction and films.
|Expanding the Critical Commentary on Children's Literature||BfK No. 139 (March 2003)||
Margaret Meek on the Rustins' Narratives of Love and Loss.
|Studying Children's Literature||BfK No. 132 (January 2002)||
Margaret Meek on the 'Contemporary Classics of Children's Literature' series.
|Adults Reading Children’s Books||BfK No. 125 (November 2000)||
Margaret Meek on reader responses, adult and child.
|Protocols of Reading: The Little Books of Beatrix Potter||BfK No. 92 (May 1995)||
Margaret Meek on what children could learn from the 'little books'.
|A Kind of Catching Up||BfK No. 85 (March 1994)||
Margaret Meek looks at new books from old favourites.
|Blind Spot: The Wind in the Willows||BfK No. 68 (May 1991)||
Margaret Meek voices her reservations.
|Of The Minstrel Kind||BfK No. 64 (September 1990)||
Margaret Meek pays tribute to Rosemary Sutcliff at Seventy.
|Learning to Read||BfK No. 13 (March 1982)||
'The way children are taught to read tells them what adults think literacy is.' Margaret Meek gives her views on Learning to Read.