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548  •  The Bulletin Abuse–fiction: Hannigan Activism–fiction: Grant Actors and acting–fiction: McCaughrean ; Rennison Adoption–fiction: Erskine Adventure: Eames; Elish; Ibbotson ; Lamb; McCaughrean; Roman African Americans–fiction: Jones; Warner African Americans–stories: Harris Aliens–stories: Smallcomb Anger–fiction: Ripken Animals–poetry: Gibson Animals–stories: McDermott; van Lieshout Art and artists: Mann Art and artists–fiction: Gallagher Arthurian legend: Kogler Asian Americans–fiction: Yoo Aunts–fiction: Birdsall Babies–stories: Stevens Baseball: Bildner Baseball–fiction: Kelly; Ripken Behavior–fiction: Clements; Hannigan Behavior–poetry: Wheeler Biography: Blumenthal Boarding school–fiction: Harmon Books and reading–fiction: Greenwald ; Polisner Boxing–fiction: Sharenow Brothers–fiction: Clements Brothers–stories: Kay Bullies–fiction: Blazanin; Harmon; Warner; Yoo Business: Blumenthal Careers–fiction: Violi Civil War–fiction: Myers Communities–fiction: Erskine Consumer issues: Blumenthal Contests–fiction: Luper Crime and criminals–fiction: Clement-Moore; Eames; Haines; Odyssey Death–fiction: Burtenshaw; Davies; Polisner; Violi; Warman Depression–fiction: Jones Detective stories: Haines; Odyssey Disabilities–fiction: Eames Dogs: McCarthy Dolls–fiction: Larson Dragons–fiction: Howell Dystopias–fiction: Grant; van Eekhout Ethics and values: Aronson; Chapman ; Clements; Harmon; Myers; Violi Everglades–fiction: Rorby Fables: O’Malley Families–fiction: Howell; Mlynowski ; Patron; Violi; Warman Families–stories: Stevens Fantasy: Burtenshaw; Howell; Ibbotson ; Jeschonek; Kizer; Kogler; Odyssey; Towell Fathers–fiction: Erskine; Jones; Polisner ; Schneider; Sedgwick Folktales and fairy tales: McDermott Subject and Use Index Keyed to The Bulletin’s alphabetical arrangement by author, this index, which appears in each issue, can be used in three ways. Entries in regular type refer to subjects; entries in bold type refer to curricular or other uses; entries in ALL-CAPS refer to genres and appeals. In the case of subject headings, the subhead “stories” refers to books for the readaloud audience; “fiction,” to those books intended for independent reading. July/August 2011  •  549 Food and eating–fiction: Luper; Schneider Friends–fiction: Baskin; Blazanin; Chapman; Elish; Hannigan; Lamb; Mlynowski; Patron; Peters; Polisner; Sedgwick; Smallcomb Friends–stories: Crum; van Lieshout Gays and lesbians–fiction: Knowles Ghost stories: ClementMoore ; Kelley Graphic novels: Ford; Roman; Shiga; Storrie; Tsang Growing up–fiction: Baskin Growing up–stories: Harris Hamsters–fiction: Davies; Deacon Historical fiction: Abbott; Brooks; Eames; Haines; Kay; Larson; McCaughrean; Myers; Sharenow History, U.S.: Bildner; Blumenthal; Kay; Mann; McCarthy; Myers Horror: Sedgwick Humor: Blazanin; Davies; Deacon; Elish; Ford; Gibson; Greenwald; Harris; Kogler; Luper; McCaughrean; O’Malley; Rennison; Roman; Schneider; Schoenberg; Shiga; Smallcomb; Stevens; Watson; Wheeler; Yoo Identity–fiction: Gallagher Illness–fiction: Brooks India–folklore: McDermott Islands–fiction: Lamb Jews–fiction: Sharenow Learning disabilities–fiction: Erskine Literature, classical: Ford Literature, world: Chapman Love stories: Dalton Magic–fiction: Ibbotson Monsters–fiction: Storrie; Tsang Monuments: Mann Mothers–fiction: Knowles; Peters; Reinhardt Music and musicians–fiction: Jeschonek Mysteries: Clement-Moore; Davies ; Haines; Kelly; Odyssey Mythology, classical: Ford Neighbors–fiction: Birdsall Pirates–fiction: Eames Poetry: Gibson; Wheeler Popularity–fiction: Yoo Racism–fiction: Abbott Reading aloud: Deacon; Gibson; Lamb; Schoenberg; Wheeler Reading, advanced: Aronson; Ripken Reading, easy: Deacon; Kelly; Lamb; McCarthy; Myers; O’Malley; Ripken; Schneider; Schoenberg; Warner Reading, family: McCaughrean Reading, reluctant: Schneider; Storrie ; Tsang Reading, reluctant–fiction: Greenwald Relationships–fiction: Brooks; Dalton; Kizer; Knowles; Patron; Reinhardt; Rennison; Shiga; Warman Relationships–fiction: Gallagher; Peters Rhyming stories: Kay Robots–fiction: Watson Romance–fiction: Chapman; Dalton ; Storrie; Tsang Scary stories: Towell School–fiction: Clements; Elish; Greenwald; Harmon; Kogler; Rennison; Roman; Schoenberg; Towell; Warner; Yoo School–poetry: Wheeler School–stories: Kay Science fiction: Grant; Roman ; Smallcomb; van Eekhout; Watson Self-esteem–fiction: Erskine Sex roles–fiction: Luper Shopping–stories: Stevens Sisters–fiction: Birdsall; ClementMoore ; Kelley Soccer–fiction: Aronson South, the–fiction: Abbott Sports: Bildner Sports–fiction: Aronson; Kelly; Ripken ; Sharenow Storytime: McDermott Summer–fiction: Baskin; Birdsall; Blazanin; Dalton 550  •  The Bulletin Supernatural stories: Clement-Moore; Kelley; Towell Survival stories: Rorby Toddler books: Crum Tricksters–stories: McDermott Twins–fiction: Kelley Voyages and travel–fiction: Abbott; Deacon; Elish; Ford; Howell; Kizer; McCaughrean; Reinhardt; Rorby; Shiga; van Eekhout Voyages and travel–fiction: Polisner Voyages and travel–stories: van Lieshout War–fiction: Baskin Wordless books: Crum ...


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