From shocking storytelling to diverse characters: How Germany’s children’s books are changing
When it comes to children's literature, Germany has been a world leader since the 19th century. But what challenges has it faced and how is it embracing the future? Nehal Johri takes a look at the big issues, past and present.
Published: 19 October 2018 18:15 CEST
A child reads a children's book in Frankfurt Oder. Photo: DPA
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