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REIS, Mariana Pereira dos; TORRES, Eneida Pena Pereira  and  COSTA, Beethoven Hortencio Rodrigues da. Childhood, school and children's literature: book for children does not need to be educational. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2016, vol.33, n.101, pp. 184-195. ISSN 0103-8486.

This article seeks the intersection of the themes Childhood, School and Children's Literature, bringing reflections that can contribute to the analysis of children's books offered to students in school and allow educators a broad view of the various possibilities offered by the literature. Therefore, besides the theoretical view, we present an analysis of a survey of a literary collection sent to state schools in the State of São Paulo. The analysis of readings carried out found a larger number of textbooks (79%) in relation to children's literature books (21%). So, it can be deduced that the school prioritizes books to serve as a tool for teachers to spend desired contents, with no emphasis on individual and subjective findings that children's literature can promote students.

Keywords : Childhood; Schools; Juvenile Literature.

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