A children’s press, exclusively devoted to children’s literature, was set up in France in 1857.
(i) The press published new works as well as old fairy tale and folk tales.
(ii) Grimm brothers in Germany spentyears compiling traditional folk tales gathered from peasants. A collection of these stories was published in 1812.
Anything that was not suitable for children was not included in the published version for . children.
(iii) Rural folk tales acquired a new form. The children press thus created a new world of children’s literature entertaining thousands of young minds.