Volume 31, Number 2, April 2007

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Editors' Introduction: Children's Culture and the First World War

pp. v-ix
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The Children's Crusade: American Children Writing War

pp. 87-102
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"There are kind Germans as well as brutal ones": The Foreigner in Children's Literature of the First World War

pp. 103-115
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War Toys: Breaking and Remaking in Great War Narratives

pp. 116-131
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Animating the War: The First World War and Children's Cartoons in America

pp. 132-146
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Popular Children's Literature and the Memory of the First World War, 1919-1939

pp. 147-161
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"Woolly Bears and Toffee Apples": History, Memory, and Masculinity in Charley's War

pp. 162-175
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"If they ask us why we died": Children's Literature and the First World War, 1970-2005

pp. 176-188
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Book Reviews

Well-Dressed Role Models: The Portrayal of Women in Biographies for Children (review)

pp. 189-191
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Boys' Books, Boys' Dreams and the Mystique of Flight (review)

pp. 192-195
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Folktales Retold: A Critical Overview of Stories Updated for Children (review)

pp. 196-199
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The Heart Has Its Reasons: Young Adult Literature with Gay/Lesbian/Queer Content, 1969-2004 (review)

pp. 200-204
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The Translation of Children's Literature: A Reader (Topics in Translation 31) (review)

pp. 204-208
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Lawrence Darton, 2007

p. 211
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