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Age Ranges Defined in Children Book Printing Field
Origin:Image Printing  Data: 3/20/2011  Keywords: Children Book Printing Field

The important characteristic in children book printing field is that the age ranges are defined based on the development of children reading skills. The Children Book Industry Commission standards the range to guide the industry. These are divided up as below sections.
0-5 for A
5-7 for B
7-9 for C
9-11 for D
Above 12 for E

A group from babies to toddlers may be described as the parent pointing stage. Included here are the so-called novelty books, a category of ever-widening inventiveness, such as board books and bath books, sound story books with electronic panels, coloring and activity books, question and answer books, pop-ups; and the lower end of picture books. Books for the very young need to be durable and often use cloth, plastic or hardback binding. The production departments of children publishers are particularly concerned with product safety. B group may be described as the starting to read, as well as reading to children stage. Picture books figure prominently. These books, invariably in full colors, tend to be 32 pages long (12-14 double-page spreads), display strong.

The Horrid Henry stories are popular with the age group 5 to 9 narrative and may include just a few words up to possibly several thousand. They may be created by an illustrator or writer, and invariably need co-edition partners. Story books for younger fiction tend to have more text and may be published in paperback in smaller formats, with black and white, or color illustrations; and are designed for children reading their first whole novels. There are major series produced by many of the main trade publishers as well as reading schemes by the educational publishers. Moving up, and through, the 9-12 age group, longer length novels of up to 35,000 words come into play as well as the more recent mass-market genre series. Above 11-12, there are the teenage or young adult, fiction titles. Much middle and young adult fiction is published straight into paperback.

It has been argued that childhood is not a natural phenomenon but a creation of society. An important French medievalist and historian, pointed this out in his book Centuries of Childhood. This theme was then taken up by Cunningham in his book the Invention of Childhood (2006) which looks at the historical aspects of childhood from the Middle Ages to what he refers to as the Post War Period of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. The writer published a study in 1961 of paintings, gravestones, furniture, and school records. He found that before the 17th-century, children were represented as mini-adults. Since then historians have increasingly researched childhood in past times. During the Renaissance, artistic depictions of children increased dramatically in Europe. This did not impact the social attitude to children much, however - see the article on child labour. The man usually credited with creating the modern notion of childhood is Jean Jacques Rousseau. Building on the ideas of John Locke and other 17th-century liberal thinkers, Rousseau formulated childhood as a brief period of sanctuary before people encounter the perils and hardships of adulthood. The Victorian Era has been described as a source of the modern institution of childhood. Ironically, the Industrial Revolution during this era led to an increase in child labour, but due to the campaigning of the Evangelicals, and efforts of author Charles Dickens and others, child labour was gradually reduced and halted in England via the Factory Acts of 1802-1878. The Victorians concomitantly emphasized the role of the family and the sanctity of the child, and broadly speaking, this attitude has remained dominant in Western societies since then.

In the contemporary era Joe L. Kincheloe and Shirley R. Steinberg have constructed a critical theory of childhood and childhood education that they have labeled kinderculture. Kincheloe and Steinberg make use of multiple research and theoretical discourses (the bricolage) to study childhood from diverse perspectives - historiography, ethnography, cognitive research, media studies, cultural studies, political economic analysis, hermeneutics, semiotics, content analysis, etc. Based on this multiperspectival inquiry, Kincheloe and Steinberg contend that new times have ushered in a new era of childhood. Evidence of this dramatic cultural change is omnipresent, but many individuals in the late 20th century and early 21st century have not yet noticed it. When Steinberg and Kincheloe wrote the first edition of Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood in 1997 (second edition, 2004) many people who made their living studying, teaching, or caring for children were not yet aware of the nature of the changes in childhood that they encountered daily of children's book printing.

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