Volume 30, Number 1, January 2006

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Editors Introduction

pp. v-vi
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Tame Fairies Make Good Teachers: The Popularity of Early British Fairy Tales

pp. 1-24
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Unsettling Oz: Technological Anxieties in the Novels of L. Frank Baum

pp. 25-53
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Suspended Animation: Picture Book Storytelling, Twentieth-Century Childhood, and William Nicholson's Clever Bill

pp. 54-75
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Narrative Loss and the Melancholic Reader of Johnny Tremain

pp. 76-93
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"A History Not Then Taught in History Books": (Re)Writing Reconstruction in Historical Fiction for Children and Young Adults

pp. 94-116
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Borderline Girlhoods: Mental Illness, Adolescence, and Femininity in Girl, Interrupted

pp. 117-133
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Book Reviews

Tolkien and the Invention of Myth: A Reader (review)

pp. 134-138
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Representing the Holocaust in Children's Literature (review)

pp. 139-143
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Secrets beyond the Door: The Story of Bluebeard and His Wives (review)

pp. 143-147
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Constructing the Canon of Children's Literature: Beyond Library Walls and Ivory Towers (review)

pp. 147-151
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Goodly Is Our Heritage: Children's Literature, Empire, and the Certitude of Character (review)

pp. 151-154
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The Meanings of "Beauty and the Beast": A Handbook (review)

pp. 154-156
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Errata

Errata

p. iv
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