List of anarchist children's literature

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This is a list of anarchist literature for children, a subgenre of children's literature which encourages children to explore anarchist philosophy. Individual characters within non-anarchist aligned works may also be used to present anarchist philosophy within larger works of fiction. A list of such characters is also documented below.


  • The Secret World of Terijian
  • The Book of Merlyn


  • Anarky
  • Merlyn (as portrayed by the author in The Book of Merlyn 1941, by T. H. White).[1]

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  • Young adult fiction

Non-anarchist books of similar theme

  • Burnout
  • Hoot
  • The Outsiders of Oskoken Castle (Die rote Zora und ihre Bande) (Rote Zora, a militant feminist Group active in West Germany from 1974 – 95, took their name from the story because the band of outlaws in the story was founded and led by a girl.)
  • Momo
  • The Story of Colors (La Historia de los Colores).
  • La piedra arda (The Stone is Hot) by Eduardo Galeano and Luis de Horna


  • Pippi Longstocking


  1. White, T.H. (1987). The Book of Merlyn. United Kingdom: Ace Books. p. 193. ISBN 0-441-00663-9. Search this book on Logo.png Merlyn self-identifies as an anarchist with the line "I am an anarchist, like any other sensible person." The character further elaborates upon his philosophy, railing against collectivist ideologies such as communism and fascism. The character also rebukes the notion that a communist state can "wither away" to lead to a condition of anarchy, and takes a firm antimilitarist stance. The Book of Merlyn is the final part of The Once and Future King series.

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