restricted access   Volume 34, Number 2, Summer 2009

Table of Contents

Introduction

Children’s Literature and the Authority that “Lurks Within”

pp. 97-98
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Articles

Children of Migrant Farmworkers in Picture Storybooks: Reality, Romanticism, and Representation

pp. 99-137
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Overhearing Children’s Stories: Children’s Rights in Fanny Fern’s Newspaper Writing

pp. 138-156
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Meet Ivy and Bean, Queerly the Anti-American Girls

pp. 157-171
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Why Won’t Melinda Just Talk about What Happened? Speak and the Confessional Voice

pp. 172-187
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 188-189
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Book Reviews

The Hidden Adult: Defining Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 190-193
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Minders of Make-Believe: Idealists, Entrepreneurs, and the Shaping of American Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 193-196
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Ebony Jr! The Rise, Fall, and Return of a Black Children’s Magazine (review)

pp. 196-198
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The Crossover Novel: Contemporary Children’s Fiction and Its Adult Readership (review)

pp. 198-201
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Nancy Drew and Her Sister Sleuths: Essays on the Fiction of Girl Detectives (review)

pp. 201-203
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The Modern Age: Turn-of-the-Century American Culture and the Invention of Adolescence (review)

pp. 203-205
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New World Orders in Contemporary Children’s Literature: Utopian Transformations (review)

pp. 205-209
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Representing Africa in Children’s Literature: Old and New Ways of Seeing (review)

pp. 209-211
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