Sibling Rivalry in Children's Literature
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The paper discusses how children's literature not only provides entertainment for its readers, it can also help them understand complex personal relationships and how to successfully deal with the challenges that come from having those relationships. The paper asserts that sibling rivalry is a topic well-suited for children's literature because it is so commonly faced. This study analyzes three works of children's literature on sibling rivalry to determine for each the intended audience, the balance of humor and drama, and the reconciliation process the siblings ultimately experience.
From the Paper:"Children's literature often gives its audiences more than entertainment. It can also be a way for children to explore issues and feelings that are common parts of growing up. When they read about characters that experience the same goals, challenges, victories, and frustrations as them, it shows them their problems are not unique, and sometimes offers ways to deal with those problems. An excellent example of a common problem for readers of children's literature is sibling rivalry. First-born children suddenly have to share the attention and affection of parents and..."
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