Volume 52, Number 3, July 2014

Table of Contents

Editorial

pp. iii-iv
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Introduction

May Everyone Really Mean Everyone: Interpreting Reality through Our Own Patterns

pp. v-x
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Feature Articles

Pat Mora: Transcending the Continental Divide One Book at a Time

pp. 1-12
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Learning in Francisco Hinojosa’s Children’s Fiction

pp. 13-21
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María Elena Walsh and the Art of Subversive Children’s Literature

pp. 22-30
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The New Children of Resistance: Becoming a Child through the Stories Told by the EZLN

pp. 31-41
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Magical Realist Moments in Malín Alegía’s Border Town Series

pp. 42-52
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Chilean Children’s Literature and National Identity: Post-Dictatorship Discourses of Chileanness Built through the Representation of Indigenous People

pp. 53-64
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El Fulano and Patty Swan: Rhetorically Queering the Island in The Meaning of Consuelo

pp. 65-75
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Children & Their Books

To Arrange Life among Books

pp. 76-80
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Puerto Rican Children’s Literature and the Need for Afro-Puerto Rican Stories

pp. 81-85
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Letters

Storytelling and Metaphor in Science Communication

pp. 86-90
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Young Adult Literature in Bolivia

pp. 91-93
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Books on Books

Bologna: Fifty Years of Children’s Books from Around the World ed. by Giorgia Grilli (review)

pp. 94-95
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Kinderliteraturgeschichten: Kinderliteratur und Kinderliteraturgeschichtsschreibung in Deutschland seit 1945 by Andrea Weinmann (review)

pp. 96-97
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Textual Transformations in Children’s Literature: Adaptations, Translations, Reconsiderations ed. by Benjamin Lefebvre (review)

pp. 98-99
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Children’s Literature and British Identity: Imagining a People and a Nation by Rebecca Knuth (review)

pp. 99-101
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Fairy Tales and True Stories: The History of Russian Literature for Children and Young People (1574 - 2010) by Ben Hellman (review)

pp. 101-103
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Focus IBBY

The 2014 IBBY Awards

pp. 104-113
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Postcards

pp. 41-116
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