Volume 23, Number 2, April 1999

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Metalinguistic Awareness and the Child's Developing Concept of Irony: The Relationship between Pictures and Text in Ironic Picture Books

pp. 157-183
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Children's Classics in the Electronic Medium

pp. 184-201
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Amy Tan's The Chinese Siamese Cat: Chinoiserie and Ethnic Stereotypes

pp. 202-218
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Refugees and Immigrants: The Southeast Asian Experience as Depicted in Recent American Children's Books

pp. 219-237
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"Do You Know What 'Auschwitz' Means?": Children's Literature and the Holocaust

pp. 238-256
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The Pedagogy of the Post-Modern Text: Aidan Chambers's The Toll Bridge

pp. 257-270
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From Bank Street to Harlem: A Conversation with Ellen Tarry

pp. 271-285
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Book Reviews

A lifetime's journey: the Opies and the folklore of childhood

pp. 286-299
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Toy Wars: The Epic Struggle between G.I. Joe, Barbie, and the Companies That Make Them

pp. 300-304
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American Children's Literature and the Construction of Childhood

pp. 304-308
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N.C. Wyeth: A Biography

pp. 308-311
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