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The Oxford handbook of children's literature, edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Lynne Vallone

Label
The Oxford handbook of children's literature
Title
The Oxford handbook of children's literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Lynne Vallone
Title variation
Children's literature
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKMGB
Dewey number
820.99282
Index
index present
LC call number
PR990
LC item number
.O94 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Mickenberg, Julia L
  • Vallone, Lynne
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Children's literature, English
  • Children's literature, American
Label
The Oxford handbook of children's literature, edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Lynne Vallone
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: 2011
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Karin E. Westman
  • Pt. II: Pictures and poetics.
  • Wanda's wonderland : Wanda Gág and her Millions of cats
  • Nathalie op de Beeck ;
  • A
  • cross-written Harlem Renaissance : Langston Hughes's The dream keeper
  • Katharine Capshaw Smith
  • Dumbo, Disney, and difference : Walt Disney Productions and film as children's literature
  • Nicholas Sammond
  • Redrawing the comic-strip child : Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts as cross-writing
  • Pt. I: Adults and children's literature.
  • Charles Hatfield ;
  • The
  • cat in the hippie : Dr. Seuss, nonsense, the carnivalesque, and the sixties rebel
  • Kevin Shortsleeve
  • Wild things and wolf dreams : Maurice Sendak, picture-book psychologist
  • Kenneth Kidd
  • Reimagining the monkey king in comics : Gene Luen Yang's American born Chinese
  • Lan Dong
  • Pt. III: Reading history/learning race and class.
  • Froggy's little brother : nineteenth-century evangelical writing for children and the politics of poverty
  • The fundamentals of children's literature criticism : Alice's adventures in Wonderland and Through the looking-glass
  • Kimberley Reynolds
  • History in fiction : contextualization as interpretation in Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped
  • M.O. Grenby
  • Tom Sawyer, audience, and American Indians
  • Beverly Lyon Clark
  • Living with the Kings : class, taste, and family formation in Five little peppers and how they grew
  • Kelly Hager ;
  • A
  • daughter of the house : discourses of adoption in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables
  • Mavis Reimer
  • Peter Hunt
  • Where in America are you, God? : Judy Blume, Margaret Simon, and American national identity
  • June Cummins
  • Let freedom ring : land, liberty, literacy, and lore in Mildred Taylor's Logan family novels
  • Michelle H. Martin
  • "What are young people to think?" : the subject of immigration and the immigrant subject in Francisco Jiménez's The circuit
  • Phillip Serrato
  • Pt. IV: Innocence and agency.
  • "My book and heart shall never part" : reading, printing, and circulation in the New England Primer
  • Courtney Weikle-Mills
  • Castaways : the Swiss Family Robinson, child bookmakers, and the possibilities of literary flotsam
  • Randall Jarrell's The bat-poet : poets, children, and readers in an age of prose
  • Karen Sánchez-Eppler
  • Tom Brown and the schoolboy crush : boyhood desire, hero worship, and the boys' school story
  • Eric L. Tribunella
  • Peter Pan as children's theater : the issue of audience
  • Marah Gubar
  • Jade and the tomboy tradition
  • Claudia Nelson
  • Happily ever after : Free to be...you and me, second-wave feminism, and 1970s American children's culture
  • Leslie Paris
  • Paradise refigured : innocence and experience in His dark materials
  • Richard Flynn
  • Naomi Wood
  • Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad together as a primer for critical literacy
  • Teya Rosenberg
  • Blending genres and crossing audiences : Harry Potter and the future of literary fiction
Control code
ocn808492364
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 584 p.
Isbn
9780199938551
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)808492364
Label
The Oxford handbook of children's literature, edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Lynne Vallone
Publication
Note
Originally published: 2011
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Karin E. Westman
  • Pt. II: Pictures and poetics.
  • Wanda's wonderland : Wanda Gág and her Millions of cats
  • Nathalie op de Beeck ;
  • A
  • cross-written Harlem Renaissance : Langston Hughes's The dream keeper
  • Katharine Capshaw Smith
  • Dumbo, Disney, and difference : Walt Disney Productions and film as children's literature
  • Nicholas Sammond
  • Redrawing the comic-strip child : Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts as cross-writing
  • Pt. I: Adults and children's literature.
  • Charles Hatfield ;
  • The
  • cat in the hippie : Dr. Seuss, nonsense, the carnivalesque, and the sixties rebel
  • Kevin Shortsleeve
  • Wild things and wolf dreams : Maurice Sendak, picture-book psychologist
  • Kenneth Kidd
  • Reimagining the monkey king in comics : Gene Luen Yang's American born Chinese
  • Lan Dong
  • Pt. III: Reading history/learning race and class.
  • Froggy's little brother : nineteenth-century evangelical writing for children and the politics of poverty
  • The fundamentals of children's literature criticism : Alice's adventures in Wonderland and Through the looking-glass
  • Kimberley Reynolds
  • History in fiction : contextualization as interpretation in Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped
  • M.O. Grenby
  • Tom Sawyer, audience, and American Indians
  • Beverly Lyon Clark
  • Living with the Kings : class, taste, and family formation in Five little peppers and how they grew
  • Kelly Hager ;
  • A
  • daughter of the house : discourses of adoption in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables
  • Mavis Reimer
  • Peter Hunt
  • Where in America are you, God? : Judy Blume, Margaret Simon, and American national identity
  • June Cummins
  • Let freedom ring : land, liberty, literacy, and lore in Mildred Taylor's Logan family novels
  • Michelle H. Martin
  • "What are young people to think?" : the subject of immigration and the immigrant subject in Francisco Jiménez's The circuit
  • Phillip Serrato
  • Pt. IV: Innocence and agency.
  • "My book and heart shall never part" : reading, printing, and circulation in the New England Primer
  • Courtney Weikle-Mills
  • Castaways : the Swiss Family Robinson, child bookmakers, and the possibilities of literary flotsam
  • Randall Jarrell's The bat-poet : poets, children, and readers in an age of prose
  • Karen Sánchez-Eppler
  • Tom Brown and the schoolboy crush : boyhood desire, hero worship, and the boys' school story
  • Eric L. Tribunella
  • Peter Pan as children's theater : the issue of audience
  • Marah Gubar
  • Jade and the tomboy tradition
  • Claudia Nelson
  • Happily ever after : Free to be...you and me, second-wave feminism, and 1970s American children's culture
  • Leslie Paris
  • Paradise refigured : innocence and experience in His dark materials
  • Richard Flynn
  • Naomi Wood
  • Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad together as a primer for critical literacy
  • Teya Rosenberg
  • Blending genres and crossing audiences : Harry Potter and the future of literary fiction
Control code
ocn808492364
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 584 p.
Isbn
9780199938551
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)808492364

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