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  Volume 28, Number 2, Summer 2003

Table of Contents

Introduction

Multiculturalism in Children's Literature

pp. 66-67
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Picturing Jazz: Jazz Biography and Children's Literature

pp. 68-80
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Negotiating Identity: Migration, Colonization, and Cultural Marginalization in Lara Rios and Vicky Ramos' Mo and Carmen Lomas Garza's In My Family/En Mi Familia

pp. 81-89
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Ethnic Autobiography as Children's Literature: Laurence Yep's The Lost Garden and Yoshiko Uchida's The Invisible Thread

pp. 90-97
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Mixed Blessings: Korean American Identity and Interracial Interactions in the Young Adult Novels of Marie G. Lee

pp. 98-109
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Cultural Pluralism Column

Cuban-Exile Identity and Novels for the Young

pp. 110-120
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Book Review Column

Books Received

p. 121
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Book Reviews

Exploring the Myths: The Truth about Teenagers and Reading, and: Using Young Adult Literature: Thematic Activities Based on Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (review)

pp. 122-123
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German Children's and Youth Literature in Exile 1933-1950: Biographies and Bibliographies (review)

pp. 123-124
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Making Avonlea: L. M. Montgomery and Popular Culture (review)

pp. 124-125
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Laura Ingalls Wilder and The American Frontier: Five Perspectives (review)

pp. 125-127
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French Fairy Tales: A Jungian Approach (review)

pp. 127-128
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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

p. 129
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Research Areas

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