A collection of papers rrepresenting presentations given at the annual conference of the British branch of IBBY UK. Individual papers from authors, publishers and scholars examine that history, but also consider what makes a book controversial, particularly in the opinion of adults, and how writers thorugh the centuries have portrayed conflict - social, personal and political - to draw the attention of young readers to the often perplexing and uncomfortable realiities of life.
|Title of host publication||Conflicts and controversies|
|Editors||B. Carrington, J. Harding|
|Place of Publication||Shenstone, UK|
|Publisher||Pied Piper Publishing Limited|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2011|
Williams, S. (2011). Rupturing the past: disturbing family relationships in Hugh Scott's 'Why Weeps the Brogan?'. In B. Carrington, & J. Harding (Eds.), Conflicts and controversies Shenstone, UK: Pied Piper Publishing Limited.