Charles Dickens and the Street Children of London
Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
Warren takes you on a journey into the workhouses, slums, factories, and schools of Victorian England, and into the world of Dickens. She shows how he used his pen to do battle on behalf of the poor, becoming one of the great reformers of his or any age.
Family Relationships; Poverty; Incarceration; impoverished family; living in poverty; starvation; financial hardship; debt; father in prison
mother and father
Booklist Book Review Stars, 2011
Distinguished Books, 2011 Non Fiction
Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, 2012 Social Interactions and Relationship
School Library Journal Best Books, 2011 Non Fiction
School Library Journal Book Review Stars, 2011
Cybils Awards, 2011, Nominee, Non-fiction (Middle Grade and Young Adult)
Society of Midland Authors Book Award, 2012, Finalist, Children's Non Fiction
YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults, 2013, Nominee, Young Adult
London; Charles Dickens; manual labor; child labor; orphanages; journalism; politics
Warren, Andrea, "Charles Dickens and the Street Children of London" (2011). DIVerse Families. 1186.