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This book examines literary developments within the field of children's literature in Zimbabwe.
While the book focuses on different Zimbabwean creative writers of children's literature, special attention is paid to Stephen Alumenda's work.
The book argues that Alumenda was a leading artist in Zimbabwean children's literature.
It examines Alumenda's contribution to the development of children's literature in Zimbabwe.
It also appreciates Alumenda's sensitivity regarding the status of the girl child in Zimbabwean society.
The book places him within the larger context of African children's literature, as well as contributions by other practitioners within the field in Zimbabwe.
It highlights how other authors such as Stephen Chifunyise approach the theme of didacticism, and how Jairos Kangira tackles the issue of gender in children's literature.
Anna Chitando is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Languages and Media Studies at the Zimbabwe Open University.
She is a doctoral student at the University of South Africa.
Her research interests include children''s literature, gender studies, African literature and HIV and AIDS.
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