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  Volume 38, Number 1, January 2014

Table of Contents


pp. v-vii

“And Don’t Forget to Vote!”: Political Parodies of Popular Picture Books and the New American Broadside

pp. 1-29

Winnie-the-Conservationist: Tuck Everlasting, Ecofeminism, and Children’s Literature

pp. 30-44

Rebelling against Prophecy in Harry Potter and The Underland Chronicles

pp. 45-65

Life on the Wire: Post–9/11 Mourning in Mordicai Gerstein’s The Man Who Walked between the Towers

pp. 66-85

The Dangerous Potency of the Crossroads: Colonial Mimicry in Chukwuemeka Ike’s The Bottled Leopard and Chike Momah’s The Shining Ones: The Umuahia School Days of Obinna Okoye

pp. 86-105

Negotiating Asian American Childhood in the Twenty-First Century: Grace Lin’s Year of the Dog, Year of the Rat, and Dumpling Days

pp. 106-122

The “Asian Invasion”: An Interview with Gene Luen Yang

pp. 123-133


Little Women: An Annotated Edition ed. by Daniel Shealy (review)

pp. 134-135

Designing the Creative Child: Playthings and Places in Midcentury America by Amy F. Ogata (review)

pp. 136-139

Subjectivity in Asian Children’s Literature and Film: Global Theories and Implications ed. by John Stephens (review)

pp. 139-141

Berta and Elmer Hader: A Lifetime of Art by Joy Hoerner Rich, Karen Tolley, John Waller, and Judy Waller (review)

pp. 142-143

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