Sugarman, Sally

Dr. Sally Sugarman is Emerita faculty at Bennington College where she taught Childhood Studies and has taught Children’s Literature and Popular Culture online for Johnson State College and the Community College of Vermont. She received a Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Research from the State University of New York, Albany. Dr. Sugarman also co-hosted a local children’s radio program, Kids are Reading.

How Shakespeare is Presented to Children. A Review of Methods Used to Incorporate the Bard Into the Canon of Children’s Literature
2016 1-4955-0490-5
Examines children’s books about Shakespeare, his time and his characters in the light of changing ideas about childhood as well as changes in the experiences of the children who read the various versions of Shakespeare available to them in adaptations, fiction and non-fiction.