By Judy Delton
Molly Duff watches the clock at the school room wall--tick, tick, tick. approximately 3 o'clock. Time for Pee Wee Scouts! Troop 23 runs out of the study room and down the stairs--clop, clop, clop.
Tuesday is their assembly day. Molly can't wait. this present day Mrs. Peters, their troop chief, will exhibit them how you can bake cookies to earn a cookie badage. And subsequent week is the large Skating Party!
But Molly hasn't ever baked or skated earlier than. A cookie badge or a skating badge. Will Molly earn a badge at all?
Age point: 6 and up | Grade point: 1 and up
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Extra info for Cookies and Crutches (Pee Wee Scouts, Book 1)
Cunningham 2006: 126) Children’s books, then, become an immensely powerful ideological tool in the surveillance and guidance of children and their parents in teaching children to be compliant, obedient and subservient. On the other hand, such tales offered children heroes and heroines that they could identify with and a literature which was separate from adult novels and directed specifically at their entertainment. As well as the continued seventeenth century split between Puritanism and chapbooks, there was the developing secular split of social class, as wealthy children were being steered away from the feared polluting influence of chapbooks.
The rise in media consumption has generated a vast array of spin-off toys and other merchandise as the child has become increasingly the focus of marketing campaigns, such as the use of packaging and gifts in cereal packs. In 1971, eight out of ten children aged 7 to 8 could go to school alone; by 1991, this had decreased to less than one in ten. In 1982, Neil Postman’s The Disappearance of Childhood regarded the dominance of new media and visual culture over printed books as a sign that children were becoming levelled with adults, insofar as they can give an instant response rather than have to learn words.
With such stringent influences driving the creative output, does this mean that we are in the heyday of children’s literature in its coming of age or, rather, is there a flood of what Peter Hunt refers to as ‘neo-conservative’ (Maybin and Watson 2009: 81) productions that all offer pretty much the same outlook. By that he means a potential return to the didactic moralizing of books reflecting and supporting the dominant social ideologies of contemporary society. This return to a reactionary era of ideologically manipulated didactic texts driven by profit-orientated publishers intent on playing it safe is certainly a phenomenon that troubles Hunt (Maybin and Watson 2009: 81–2).
Cookies and Crutches (Pee Wee Scouts, Book 1) by Judy Delton