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  Volume 35, Number 4, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Introduction

Publishing, Media, and the Identity of Children's Books

pp. 331-333
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Articles

Obamafiction for Children: Imagining the Forty-Fourth U.S. President

pp. 334-356
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From Elizabite to Spotty: The Reys, Race, and Consciousness Raising

pp. 357-372
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"Standing on the Wrong Side": Bias and Ambivalence in Lauren St. John's African Books

pp. 373-394
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"Like Falling Up into a Storybook": Trauma and Intertextual Repetition in Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak

pp. 395-414
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Forum: Children's Literature and Media

Introduction

pp. 415-417
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Toward a Digital Poetics for Children

pp. 418-426
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Need for Speed: Anime, the Cinematic, and the Philosophical

pp. 427-434
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Fat and the Land: Size Stereotyping in Pixar's Up

pp. 435-442
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Reader-Players: The 39 Clues, Cathy's Book, and the Nintendo DS

pp. 443-449
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A Possible Childhood: Video Games, Narrative, and the Child Player

pp. 450-458
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 459-460
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Books Reviews

Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows: A Children's Classic at 100 (review)

pp. 461-464
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Neverland: J. M. Barrie, the Du Mauriers, and the Dark Side of Peter Pan (review)

pp. 464-468
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Fairy Tales: A New History (review)

pp. 468-471
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The Mystery of Lewis Carroll: Discovering the Whimsical, Thoughtful, and Sometimes Lonely Man Who Created Alice in Wonderland (review)

pp. 471-474
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Research Areas

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