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The following picturebook websites have been suggested by colleagues from many different countries:


Picturebook Collections:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtYmKkrmWzQ
www.ncrcl.ac.uk/eset
www.epbcii.eu
www.picturebooks.co.nz
www.pacificpicturebooks.co.nz
http://www.ibby.org/1329.0.html
http://www.epl.ca/sites/default/files/Marketing/silent_books_lampedusa_exhibition_cataloguefinal_0.pdf


Picrurebook Websites:

http://blog.picturebookmakers.com
www.boekenzoeker.org
http://www.ijb.de/spezialbibliothek/white-ravens-2015/
www.jackiemorris.co.uk
http://www.ijb.de/spezialbibliothek/white-ravens-2015/

Other Children's Literature Websites that unclude picturebooks:

http://perso.club-internet.fr/crilj
www.univ-paris13.fr/perrault.htm
http://www.atelierdulivre.net
L'Atelier du Livre à Montolieu : stages et séjours de création de livres


We'd be delighted to add more to the list.

Further Reading  :

  • Boonstra, B. (1998) ‘Wij waren er: Common themes in children's literature'. Leesgoed. Vol 4. Pages 157-158 .
  • Carr, K. (2002) ‘Children's Literature Expert Presents European Picture Book Collection at Central'. Warrenberg News (US) 17 th December.
  • Carr, C., Buchanan, D., Powell-Brown, A., ‘International Picture Books: A bridge to cultural understanding and visual literacy'. The Dragon Lode (IRA). Vol. 24. No .
  • Cotton, P. & Daly, N. (2015) ‘ Visualising Cultures: The ‘‘European Picture Book Collection'' Moves ‘‘Down Under”'. Children's Literature in Education : Volume 46, Issue 1 (2015), Page 88-106. DOI 10.1007/s10583-014-9228-9
  • Cotton, P. & Daly, N. (2015) ‘ Cross-Continental Readings of Visual Narratives: An analysis of six books in the New Zealand Picture Book Collection. Bookbird 53.2, 39-43
  • Cotton, P. (2011) ‘Conflicts and Controversies in European Picture Books' in Carrington, B. & Harding, J. (eds) Conflicts and Controversies: Challenging Children's Literature, Shenstone: Pied Piper Publishing, 84-94
  • Cotton, P. Interview: BBC Woman's Hour (13.04.2011): The European Picture Book Collection http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0106408
  • Cotton, P. Interview: BBC World Service: The Strand (01.03.2011): European Picture Books. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00dyxj2
  • Cotton, P. (2009) 'Accessing Europe through Visual Narratives, ID EST: Journal of Literature, Education and Culture, 2, No.l, 26-30. 
  • Cotton, P. (2008) Visualising Europe through picture books: Where are we now?. In Jennifer Harding and Pat Pinsent (ed.) What Do You See? International Perspectives on Children's Book Illustration. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Cotton, P. (2007) ‘Intercultural Approaches to using Children's Literature Websites', Children's Literature and Librarianship,13, No. 1, 77-100. 
  • Cotton, P. (2006) El reto de los libros de imágenes europeos: EPBC y ESET, Revista de Literatura, no 216, 21-29.
  • Cotton, P. (2005) Visual Narratives across Cultures, Bookbird, 43 (2), 39-45.
  • Cotton, P. (2005) EPBC & BARFIE Books as Facilitators of Intercultural Education, The Barfie Handbook of Pedagogical and Scientific Approaches to Children's Books, 1, 4-9.
  • Cotton, P. (2004) The European Picture Book Collection: A School Education Training course Cotton, P. (ESET), www.ncrcl.ac.uk/eset
  • Cotton, P. (2004) ‘Adult Challenges from the European Picture Book', in Books and Boundaries: Writers and their Audiences (Pinsent, P. ed): Lichfield , UK : Pied Piper Publishing, pp53-67.
  • Cotton, P. (2004) ‘Europe sans Frontières', The Primary English Magazine, 9:3, 29-31.
  • Cotton Cotton, P. (2004) ‘European Selection'. TES Teacher, 11 th June. Page 12.
  • (2003) ‘What do Continental Children Read?' Institut Français Youth Festival. Round Table. November.
  • Cotton, P. (2003) ‘L'Angleterre et la recherche sur la littérature de la jeunesse', ARGOS, 4, 67-69.
  • Cotton, P. (2002) ‘Albums sans Frontières: Utilisation de la collection d'albums européens à l'école primaire', Caractères: association belge pour la lecture, 2, 27-33.
  • Cotton, P. (2002) ‘An analysis of settings in selected European picture books', Bookbird: Picture Books and Global Trends, 40:2, 6-13.
  • Cotton, P. (2002) ‘Caractères: association belge pour la lecture', Bookbird: Special Issue, 40:4, 11-15.
  • Cotton, P. (2001) ‘ Europe in the Literacy Hour', NATE, The Primary English Magazine, 7:1, 26-30.
  • Cotton, P; (2001) ‘Break through the language barrier'. TES Primary. April. Pages 43-46.
  • Cotton, P. (2001) Picture Books sans Frontières: Livres illustrés sans frontières, Caractères, 5:3, 34-35.
  • Cotton, P. (2001) ‘The Europeaness of Picture Books', Children's Literature and National Identity, London : Trentham, Ed. Margaret Meek, 111-120.
  • Cotton, P. (2000) Picture Books Sans Frontières, London : Trentham
  • Cotton, P. (2001) ‘Une manière de faire entrer l'Europe dans les classes d'école primaire'. Caractères. Vol. 5. No.3.
  • Cotton, P. (2000) ‘Picture Books sans Frontiers' . Book Trust: Children's Book News. Summer. Page 8.
  • Cotton, P. (2000) ‘Educating Children for Europe ', The Primary English Magazine. Page 33.
  • Cotton, P. (1999) ‘The European Picture Book Collection', Children's Literature in Education : Volume 30, Issue 2 (2015), Pages 145-155.
  • Cotton, P. (1999) ‘Picture books: A European Perspective'. Children's Literature. Vol. 1, No. 1. pages 18-27.
  • Cotton, P. (2000) Children's European Literature III . Roehampton: Roehampton University Press.
  • Cotton, P; (1998) Children's European Literature II , Kingston , Kingston University Press.
  • Cotton, P. (1996) European Children's Literature I . Kingston , Kingston University Press.
  • Daly, N, & McKoy, M. (2013) Picturebook collections as pedagogical tools in diverse classrooms: The Ne Zealand Picturebook Collection (NZBPC) and the New Zealand Pacific Picturebook Collection (NZPPBC). Literacy Forum NZ.
  • Doonan, J. (2000) ‘Break down the language barriers'. TES Read On. Page 15.
  • Garcia Suarez, M. M. (1998) ‘Stadtschlaining, Un Encuentro con Austria y tambien con La Literatura Infantil Europa'. Platero. 101 Abril.
  • Hill, A. (2004) ‘Europe sans Frontiers'. The Primary English Magazine. February. Pages 29-31.
  • Hill, A. (1999) ‘Europics'. Carousel, Issue 5. Pages 22-23.
  • (1992) Kingston University . ‘Exchange sets the stage for ‘Eurotots' programme'. Quarterly. Spring. Page 8.
  • Javor, R. (1998) ‘Europska unija namnogim podrujima…'. HDB Novosti. Spring. Vol. 11.
  • Kåreland, L . '(1996) Barnboken som skapare av identitet: Tema på ett Europeiskt Symposium I Douai. Barnboken. Vol 19. No. 1.
  • Kanatsouli, M. (2002) “The European Project European Picture Book Collection , review Gefyres ( Bridges ) 5, July-August, pp.62-69.
  • Kanatsouli, Meni, ( 2003) “ Alternative proposals for teaching Children's Literature”. In Ikonomopoulou V. (ed.) Literature for Children and Young Adult: The Magical Wand of Education, Athens , Circle of Greek Children's Book and Patakis, pp, 121-139.
  • Leysen, A. (1998) ‘Kinder-En Jeugdboeke in Europees Perspectief'. Jaargang 4-Nr.6, Page 257.
  • Morgado, M..(2013) Cidadania intercultural, leitura e literatura infanto-juvenil. Projetos europeus acessíveis na internet.Solta a Palavra.19 (April). Porto :CRILIJ
  • Morgado, M. & Pires, N. (2010) Educação intercultural e literatura infantil . Lisboa: Ed. Colibri.
  • Morgado, M.  (2009) ‘Interculturalidade e ficção infanto-juvenil em linha: Ler o quê, para quê e como ?' Comunicação e Educação”. oral communication. SOPCOM/Ibérico April.
  • Morgado, M. & Pires, N. (2008) Children's literature on the Internet and intercultural education oral communication . Lyons July.
  • Meek, M. (2001) ‘Picture Books sans Frontiers'. Books for Keeps. March. No. 127.
  • O'Sullivan, E. (2002) ‘ Mehrsprachigkeit in der Grundschule: die "European Picture Book Collection'' In: PRIMAR, H. 30, 35-39
  • Overall, L. ‘Picture Books sans Frontiers'. Reading Language and Literacy. Vol. 1. No. 1. April. Pages 42-43.
  • Panaou, P. (2009) Complex Crossings: European Picture Books and the Construct of Childness in National, European, and Global Contexts. Saarbruken , Germany : Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Porter, R. (2000) ‘Picture Books sans Frontiers'. Schoolsnet: Amazon. 27/11/2000
  • Sahr, R. (2002) ‘Die European Picture Book Collection (EPBC) Zur europäischen Dimension der Kinderliteratur'. Literatour, Nr 10. Pages 8-9.
  • Zaghini, E. (2000) ‘Picture Books sans Frontiers'. Book Trust: Children's Books. Page 22.

 

 

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