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Children's Literature

Children's Literature topics for a research paper can be approached in many ways. Let Paper Masters help direct your project for a look at children's lit for education, pyschology or sociology classes. Custom written projects done according to your exact specifications on any children's literature topic - from Alice in Wonderland to Harry Potter - No topic is too difficult!

 

Research Paper Topic Suggestions on Children's Literature

Charlotte’s Web- Charlotte’s Web Term Paper discusses the symbolism, character analysis, and other literature aspects.

Darwinism in The Jungle Book – Darwinism in The Jungle Book term papers discuss Kipling’s novel in light of Charles Darwin’s theories.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Book 6 – Cabin Fever – In Jeff Kinney’s latest installment of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 6, Cabin Fever, Greg Heffley, eager for the holidays, accidentally vandalizes the school and is faced with the prospect of being sent to prison, or worse – facing his mother with the truth.

Fishing in Children’s Books- Fishing in Children’s Books Research Paper examines an order placed for reviewing children’s books for a unit plan.

Gulliver’s Travels- Gulliver’s Travels Research Paper delves into the authors satire of science and knowledge.

The Yahoos and the Houyhnhnms- The Yahoos and the Houyhnhnms Term Paper examines Swift’s social satire in book IV of Gulliver’s Travels.

James and the Giant Peach- James and the Giant Peach Research Paper discusses a controversial novel by Ronald Dahl that creates tension between reality and fantasy.

The Jungle Book – Jungle Book term papers can be Rudyard Kipling book reports or a story analysis.

Robinson Crusoe – Robinson Crusoe is the journey of a young man struggling to survive a shipwreck and laboring to save his sanity in the midst of years of mental isolation.

The Swiss Family RobinsonThe Swiss Family Robinson, written by Johann Wyss and published in 1812.

Symbolism in Harry Potter - Symbolism is apparent throughout the series. While intended for a specific purpose, certain references were strategically made in the story because they had deeper significance, particularly the characters themselves.

Zin,Zin,Zin a Violin- Zin,Zin,Zin a Violin Research Paper looks at a book by Lloyd Moss that introduces classical music to children.