Volume 11, Number 1, June 1987

Table of Contents

Literature of American Minorities

Telling the History of All Americans: Milton Meltzer, Minorities, and the Restoration of the Past

pp. 7-25
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Portraits of Old People in Children's Literature

pp. 26-37
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Living in Two Cultures: Bette Bao Lord's Stories of Chinese-American Experience

pp. 38-46
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The Origin and Function of the Gypsy Image in Children's Literature

pp. 47-59
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Disability Bias in Children's Literature

pp. 60-67
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Hawaii Through Western Eyes: Orientalism and Historical Fiction for Children

pp. 68-87
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Mrs. Moskowitz and Yossel Zissel: The Making of Two Picture Books

pp. 88-97
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Early Images of American Minorities: Rediscovering Florence Crannell Means

pp. 98-115
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An Interview with Nicholasa Mohr

pp. 116-121
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An Interview with John Steptoe

pp. 122-129
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Booklog

How Writers Can Help Us Teach: A Look at Teachers and Writers Collaborative and Their Books

pp. 130-149
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Reading Between the Lines

pp. 150-153
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Switching Tracks: Where Author and Critic Meet

p. 154
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The Twain Shall Meet: Dean Hughes's Switching Tracks

pp. 154-158
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Switching Tracks: My Own Process

pp. 159-163
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Fantasy: Revivals and New Definitions

pp. 164-168
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Professional Notes and Announcements

pp. 169-171
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Contributors' Notes

pp. 172-174
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