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  Volume 6, Number 2, Summer 1981

Table of Contents

From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly

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Folklore & Children's Books: Bridging the Gap

pp. 1-37
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Breaking the Magic Spell: Radical Theories of Folk and Fairy Tales (review)

pp. 2-3
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From the President: Nominations

p. 4
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ChLA Statement on Taxation of Book Stock

p. 4
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Research Fellowships Available

p. 4
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Clarification

p. 4
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1982 ChLA Gainesville Conference Paper Call

p. 5
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Help!

p. 5
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Erratum

p. 5
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Stories Children Create: A Review of Selected Research and Some Directions for Study. (Part II)

pp. 6-9
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Introduction: Folklore for Children and Folklore of Children

pp. 11-12
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The Uses and Abuses of Traditional Oral Tales

pp. 13-14
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The Folkstories of Children

pp. 14-16
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Children's Verbal Folk Games

pp. 16-18
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Children's Games

pp. 18-22
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Folk Toys

pp. 22-23
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Walt Disney and the Classics: The Critics' Opinions

pp. 24-26
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Speech Play

pp. 26-28
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Children's Folk Speech

pp. 28-30
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Children's Folklore at the Festival of American Folklife

pp. 30-32
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General Bibliography

pp. 32-34
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Black Poetry: Three for the Children

p. 35
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Children's Authors and Illustrators: An Index to Biographical Dictionaries (review)

p. 38
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Sea Sources: Bibliographic and Resource Material of Children's Literature of the Sea (review)

p. 38
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Children's Literature and Culture at PCA/ACA: A Conference Report

pp. 39-40
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Books for the Gifted Child (review)

pp. 40-42
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Exploring Books with Gifted Children (review)

p. 42
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Research Areas

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