restricted access   Volume 29, Number 1, January 2005

Table of Contents

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Special Issue: Handmade Literacies

Guest Editor: Michael Joseph and Lissa Paul

Editors' Introduction: Praise for Handmade Literacies in a World of the Standardized Kind

pp. v-vii

Riffs on Handmade Literacies

Evidence of Books Not Yet Written

pp. 1-5

The Making and Faking of Lyra's Oxford

pp. 6-8

Making the Paper Listen and Obey

pp. 9-11

Why I Like to Set Type by Hand

pp. 12-14

The Rise and Maiden Flight of Hannah Goose Nursery Rhymes

pp. 16-37

In the Hands of Children

pp. 38-51

I Have Been Dying to Tell You: Early Modern Advice Books for Children

pp. 52-64

Frederick Lock's Scrapbook: Patterns in the Pictures and Writing in the Margins

pp. 65-85

World Enough and Time: The Handmade Literacies of Young Adolescent Writers

pp. 87-101

Book Reviews

The Poetics of Childhood (review)

pp. 102-106

Domestic Abolitionism and Juvenile Literature, 1830-1865 (review)

pp. 106-109

Stories Matter: The Complexity of Cultural Authenticity in Children's Literature (review)

pp. 109-112

Kiddie Lit: The Cultural Construction of Children's Literature in America (review)

pp. 112-116

Utopian and Dystopian Writing for Children and Young Adults (review)

pp. 116-120

The Seuss, the Whole Seuss and Nothing but the Seuss: A Visual Biography of Theodor Seuss Geisel, and: Dr. Seuss: American Icon (review)

pp. 121-124

Beyond the Pale: New Essays for a New Era (review)

pp. 124-128

Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-earth (review)

pp. 128-133

Native American Picture Books of Change: The Art of Historic Children's Editions (review)

pp. 133-135

Reading Harry Potter: Critical Essays, and: The Ivory Tower and Harry Potter (review)

pp. 136-140