restricted access   Volume 39, Number 2, Summer 2014

Table of Contents



pp. 185-186


Escaping the Prison-House: Visualcy and Prelanguage in Sheldon Mayer’s Sugar and Spike

pp. 187-215

The Popol Vuh for Children: Explicit and Implicit Ideological Agendas

pp. 216-233

Letting Specters In: Environmental Catastrophe and the Limits of Space in Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials

pp. 234-251

Outward Bound: Adventures in Cross-Cultural Reading and Global Citizenship in North American Young Adult Literatures

pp. 252-274

“as natural as oak growing”: Child Voices, Agency, and Empire in Rudyard Kipling’s Puck of Pook’s Hill

pp. 275-292

Books Received

pp. 293-294

Book Reviews

Bloody Murder: The Homicide Tradition in Children’s Literature by Michelle Ann Abate (review)

pp. 295-297

Making Americans: Children’s Literature from 1930 to 1960 by Gary D. Schmidt (review)

pp. 297-299

Representations of China in British Children’s Fiction, 1851–1911 by Shih-Wen Chen (review)

pp. 299-302

Jews and Jewishness in British Children’s Literature by Madelyn J. Travis (review)

pp. 302-304

Brothers Grimm: German Popular Stories by Edgar Taylor (review)

pp. 304-307

The Hunger Games and Philosophy: A Critique of Pure Treason edited by George A. Dunn and Nicolas Michaud (review)

pp. 307-309

Shakespeare for Young People: Productions, Versions and Adaptations by Abigail Rokison (review)

pp. 309-312