restricted access   Volume 29, Number 3, September 2005

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Editors' Introduction

pp. v-vi

Sociological Speculations on the Professions of Children's Literature

pp. 299-323

First Pictures, Early Concepts: Early Concept Books

pp. 324-347

Judging a Book by Its Cover: Publishing Trends in Young Adult Literature

pp. 348-372

Rereading Fifties Teen Romance: Reflections on Janet Lambert

pp. 373-396

The Liberty Tree and the Whomping Willow: Political Justice, Magical Science, and Harry Potter

pp. 397-415

Psychic Transformation and the Regeneration of Language in Peter S. Beagle's The Last Unicorn

pp. 416-426

Special Feature

It Could Be Verse: The 2005 Lion and the Unicorn Award for Excellence in North American Poetry

pp. 427-441

Book Reviews

The Fictional Role of Childhood in Victorian and Early Twentieth Century Children's Literature (review)

pp. 442-445

New Voices in Children's Literature Criticism (review)

pp. 445-449

Jacqueline Woodson: The Real Thing, and: On Writing for Children and Other People (review)

pp. 450-453

Children's Literature of the Harlem Renaissance (review)

pp. 453-457