When Wilde, Eco & Huxley wrote for children
Many authors, well known for writing serious literature for adults, have turned their attention to younger readers and written for children. Aldous Huxley went into a brave new world of crows and Ian Fleming shelved 007 to invent a magical car that’s better than any Aston Martin driven by James Bond.
See children’s books from Oscar Wilde, Umberto Eco, Gertrude Stein, James Baldwin and many others. Learn more.