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by Leila Berg


Susan's Story (Nippers, .

Susan's Story (Nippers, ). by. Leila Berg . Susan's story and others like Robert's Story, Tracy's Story, etc, in the Nippers series were all about kids in the same family, whose stories were interwoven by Leila Berg, ie the same incidents can be described from the viewpoint of a different child in a different story.

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Leila Berg (12 November 1917 – 17 April 2012) was an English children's author. She was also known as a journalist and a writer on education and children's rights. Berg was a recipient of the Eleanor Farjeon Award

Leila Berg (12 November 1917 – 17 April 2012) was an English children's author. Berg was a recipient of the Eleanor Farjeon Award.

Unpublished paper in Seven Stories archives LB/05/03/67. Unpublished letter to John La Rose, ca. 1972. Shots in the Secret War. John O’London’s (2 March 1961): 23. oogle Scholar. George Padmore Institute Archives GB/2904 LRA/01/0095. Unpublished letter to Michael Wace, December 1967. Seven Stories archives LB/01/03/17. We Don’t Mean You. The Guardian. Seven Stories archives LB/01/03/37.

This was an influential move designed to bring children's books closer to ordinary, real, urban life, and away from the Janet and John reader style (and probably the cosiness of Enid Blyton's world, a ubiquitous influence in the period).

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This chapter investigates British children’s book publishing and the emergence of scholarship boy writers for children in the 1960s and 1970s.

Leila Berg (born 1917) is a British children's author, known also as a journalist and writer on education and children's rights. She began writing in a more realistic and gritty style, for younger children, in the 1960s, in the "Nippers" series of readers in an influential move designed to bring children's books closer to ordinary, real, urban life, and away from the Janet and John reader style. And, probably, the comforts of Enid Blyton's world, a ubiquitous influence of the period.

Children's writer who depicted the reality of working-class family life in her Nippers books.

Leila Berg (12 November 1917 – 17 April 2012) was an English children's . Berg began writing in a more realistic and gritty style, for younger children, in the 1960s, in the Nippers series of readers. This was an influential move designed to bring children's books closer to ordinary, real, urban life, and away from the Janet and John reader style (and probably the cosiness of Enid Blyton's world, a ubiquitous influence in the period).

Lesley's story (Nippers, orange series) ebook
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Leila Berg
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Macmillan (1968)
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