The European Picture Book Collection.

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      This paper outlines the European Picture Book Collection (EPBC) project, from its inception in 1993 to the development of materials designed to help young children understand more about Europe. The article contains details of the preparatory stages of the project; the first symposium in France (1966) on European children's literature at which the potential of picture books in a possible project was initially discussed; the subsequent establishment of a European picture book collection; the initial evaluation of the materials in U.K. schools; the second symposium in Austria (1998); and plans for future development. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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