Morag Styles is a Reader in Children’s Literature and Education at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Homerton College. She lectures internationally on children’s literature, poetry, the history of reading and visual literacy. She is the author of numerous books and articles including, From the Garden to the Street: 300 Years of Poetry for Children (1998); co-author (with Evelyn Arizpe) of Children Reading Pictures: Interpreting Visual Texts (2003) and Reading Lessons from the Eighteenth Century: Mothers, Children & Texts (2006); and co-editor of Acts of Reading: Teachers, Texts and Childhood (2009). She organised a large international conference on Poetry and Childhood (soon to be published) and curated a recent exhibition for the British Library, Twinkle twinkle little bat! 400 years of poetry for children(2009).
Children's Books (Author)
Children's Picturebooks: The art of visual storytelling
Poetry and Childhood
Children Reading Pictures: Interpreting Visual Texts
Tales, Tellers and Texts
From the Garden to the Street: Three Hundred Years of Poetry for Children