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  Volume 51, Number 2, April 2013

Table of Contents


pp. iii-iv



pp. 12-97

Feature Articles

“You brat!”: Maternal Aggression as Women’s Empowerment in Three Recent Picture Books

pp. 1-12

A Similarity or Difference : The Problem of Race in Australian Picture Books

pp. 13-22

Ulitskaia’s Writing for Children: Transcending limitations of the graphic novel genre

pp. 23-31

China’s Patriotic Exposé: Ye Shengtao’s Fairytale, Daocao ren [Scarecrow]

pp. 32-38

Multicultural Literature and the Use of Literature in Multicultural Education in Finland

pp. 39-50

Childen and Their Books

Preschoolers Recommending Books

pp. 51-57

“The books we’ve had forever”: The Parent-Observer Diary

pp. 58-64

The Vibrant Triangle: The Relationship between the Picture Book, the Adult Reader, and the Child Listener

pp. 65-70


Turkish Delight: Sweet or Sour?: The Double Face of the Turkish Children’s Book Market

pp. 71-75

Charlotte Steiner

pp. 76-78

Reviews of Secondary Literature

Algoritem arene: Priročnik za branje kakovostnih mladinskih knjig 2012 ed. by Darja Lavrenčič Vrabec, Ida Mlakar (review)

pp. 79-80

Literatura. Duty. Čas ed. by Uliana Hnidets, et al. (review)

pp. 81-82

Colonial India in Children’s Literature by Supriya Goswami (review)

pp. 82-83

Expect the Unexpected. Essays über Tomi Ungerer zu seinem 80. Geburtstag ed. by Daniel Keel, et al (review)

pp. 83-84

Una historia del libro ilustrado para niños en Colombia ed. by María Fernanda Paz Castillo (review)

pp. 85-86

Focus IBBY

Presentation of the Hans Christian Andersen Awards 2012

pp. 87-95

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