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Children’s literature
May 15 is the birthday of L. Frank Baum, the man behind the classic children’s book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. To celebrate this event, we present a selection of articles on some of the most iconic Children’s literature of the past 200 years. Click on the links below to explore Britannica’s coverage of these topics.

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