1. Introduction: Children’s Rights and Children’s Literature
  2. Lara Saguisag, Matthew B. Prickett
  3. pp. v-xii
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  1. Honoring the Child’s Right to Respect: Janusz Korczak as Holocaust Educator
  2. Daniel Feldman
  3. pp. 129-143
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  1. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: At the Core of a Child-Centered Critical Approach to Children’s Literature
  2. Michelle Superle
  3. pp. 144-162
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  1. Two Children’s Writers from Latin America: The Right to Play
  2. Ann González
  3. pp. 163-178
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  1. Lies We Tell Sick Children: Mutual Pretense and Uninformed Consent in Cancer Narratives
  2. Susan E. Honeyman
  3. pp. 179-195
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  1. “My sole desire is to move someone through poetry, and allow for my voice to be heard”: Young Poets and Children’s Rights
  2. Rachel Conrad
  3. pp. 196-214
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  1. Using Literary Criticism for Children’s Rights: Toward a Participatory Research Model of Children’s Literature Studies
  2. Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak
  3. pp. 215-231
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Book Reviews

  1. Teaching Young Adult Literature: Integrating, Implementing, and Re-Imagining the Common Core ed. by Judith A. Hayn et al. (review)
  2. Kristin McIlhagga
  3. pp. 232-233
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  1. Ethics and Form in Fantasy Literature: Tolkien, Rowling, and Meyer by Lykke Guanio-Uluru (review)
  2. Martha Hixon
  3. pp. 234-237
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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. Theodora Goss
  3. pp. 237-240
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