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  2. María Gracia Pardo
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  1. Picture Book Characters with Disabilities: Patterns and Trends in a Context of Radical Change
  2. Jean Emmerson, Qiang Fu, Andrea Lendsay, Beverley Brenna
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  1. Translation of Culturally-Specific Items in Hooshang Moradi’s The Palm
  2. Bahar Eshraq
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  1. Trends in Translations: The Mildred L. Batchelder Award from 1997-2013
  2. Kasey Garrison, Sue Kimmel
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  1. The Canonical Status of Children’s Book Authors: The Self-Image of Dutch Children’s Writers since the 1990s
  2. Helma Van Lierop-Debrauwer
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  1. Rebellion as Spiritual Activity in The Magician’s Elephant and The Invention of Hugo Cabret
  2. Catherine Posey
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  1. Verbal-Visual Narrative and the Development of Brazilian Identity in the Work of Roger Mello
  2. Flávia Brocchetto Ramos, Marília Forgearini Nunes
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  1. Roger Mello: A Sea of Stories
  2. Graça Lima, Claudia Mendes
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  1. Nahoko Uehashi: Cultural Anthropologist and Storytelling Creator of Imaginary Worlds
  2. Junko Yokota, Reina Nakano
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  1. Houshang Moradi Kermani: Striving for Survival
  2. Bahar Eshraq
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  1. “I am my work”: Dutch Writer and Illustrator Ted van Lieshout
  2. Toin Duijx, Helma van Lierop-Debrauwer
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  1. “Power opposes a lack of power”: On Mirjam Pressler’s Nomination for the Hans Christian Andersen Award
  2. Imke Lichterfeld
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  2. Kim Misfeldt
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  1. “Best Batch I Ever Fried”: Food and Family in Jacqueline Woodson’s Picture Books
  2. Michelle H. Martin
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  1. Aesthetics of Childhood: The Visual Art of Rotraut Susanne Berner
  2. Sabine Maria
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  1. Imaginative Spaces and Emotional Depth in the Works of John Burningham
  2. Lydia Kokkola
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  1. Eva Lindström and the Stories Colors Tell
  2. Björn Sundmark
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  2. Christophe Meunier
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  1. Pictures First: A Journey through Øyvind Torseter’s Universe
  2. Ingrid Urberg
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  1. From a Bhutanese Farm to Small-Town America: A Folktale Journeys with Its Tellers
  2. Terry Farish
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  2. Tülin Kozikoğlu
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  1. Finnish Child Language and Culture in Sweden: An Original Luleå Story
  2. Lydia Kokkola
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  1. The Project for the Study of Alternative Education in South Africa (PRAESA)
  2. Carole Bloch
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  2. Kim Beatty
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  1. Uncle Tom’s Cabin and the Reading Revolution: Race, Literacy, Childhood, and Fiction, 1851-1911 by Barbara Hochman (review)
  2. Samantha Christensen
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  1. Picturebooks: Representation and Narration ed. by Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer (review)
  2. Lesley D. Clement
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  1. (Re)imagining the World: Children’s Literature’s Response to Changing Times ed. by Yan Wu, Kerry Mallan, and Roderick McGillis (review)
  2. Roxanne Harde
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  1. Children’s Literature on the Move: Nations, Translations, Migrations ed. by Nora Maguire and Beth Rodgers (review)
  2. Ayantika Mukherjee
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  1. The Jane Addams Children’s Book Award: Honoring Children’s Literature for Peace and Social Justice by Susan C. Griffith (review)
  2. Erin Peters
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  1. Grimms’ Tales Around the Globe: The Dynamics of Their International Reception ed. by Vanessa Joosen and Gillian Lathey (review)
  2. Andrea Zerebeski
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  2. Elizabeth Page, Jay Heale
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  2. Roxanne Harde
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