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  • Book

    Spacks, P. A. M.

    On rereading

    2013 - Belknap Harvard - Cambridge

    In-text: (Spacks, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Spacks, P. (2013). On rereading. Cambridge: Belknap Harvard, pp.23–53.

  • Book

    Lewis, C. S.

    Of other worlds

    2017 - HarperOne - San Francisco

    In-text: (Lewis, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Lewis, C. (2017). Of other worlds. San Francisco: HarperOne, pp.33–55.

  • Book

    Melrose, A.

    Here comes the Bogeyman

    2012 - Routledge - Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon

    In-text: (Melrose, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Melrose, A. (2012). Here comes the Bogeyman. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

  • Book

    Jenkins, H.

    The children's culture reader

    1998 - New York University Press - NY

    In-text: (Jenkins, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Jenkins, H. (1998). The children's culture reader. NY: New York University Press.

  • Journal

    Kidd, K. B.

    Psychoanalysis and Children's Literature: The Case for Complementarity

    2004 - The Lion and the Unicorn

    In-text: (Kidd, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Kidd, K. (2004). Psychoanalysis and Children's Literature: The Case for Complementarity. The Lion and the Unicorn, 28(1), pp.109-130.

  • Journal

    David Rudd

    Children's Literature and the Return to Rose

    2010 - Children's Literature Association Quarterly

    In-text: (David Rudd, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: David Rudd (2010). Children's Literature and the Return to Rose. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 35(3), pp.290-310.

  • Journal

    Owen, G.

    Queer Theory Wrestles the “Real” Child: Impossibility, Identity, and Language in Jacqueline Rose’s The Case of Peter Pan

    2010 - Children's Literature Association Quarterly

    In-text: (Owen, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Owen, G. (2010). Queer Theory Wrestles the “Real” Child: Impossibility, Identity, and Language in Jacqueline Rose’s The Case of Peter Pan. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 35(3), pp.255-273.

  • Book

    Barrie, J. M.

    Peter Pan

    2008 - Modern Pub. - New York, N.Y.

    In-text: (Barrie, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Barrie, J. (2008). Peter Pan. New York, N.Y.: Modern Pub.

  • Journal

    Kuznets, L. R.

    Toad Hall Revisited

    1978 - Children's Literature

    In-text: (Kuznets, 1978)

    Your Bibliography: Kuznets, L. (1978). Toad Hall Revisited. Children's Literature, 7(1), pp.115-128.

  • Book

    Nikolajeva, M.

    Power, voice and subjectivity in literature for young readers

    2010 - Routledge - New York

    In-text: (Nikolajeva, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Nikolajeva, M. (2010). Power, voice and subjectivity in literature for young readers. New York: Routledge.

  • Journal

    Beauvais, C.

    The Problem of ‘Power’: Metacritical Implications of Aetonormativity for Children’s Literature Research

    2012 - Children's Literature in Education

    In-text: (Beauvais, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Beauvais, C. (2012). The Problem of ‘Power’: Metacritical Implications of Aetonormativity for Children’s Literature Research. Children's Literature in Education, 44(1), pp.74-86.

  • Journal

    Chaston, J. D.

    If I Ever Go Looking for My Heart's Desire: "Home" in Baum's "Oz" Books

    1994 - The Lion and the Unicorn

    In-text: (Chaston, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Chaston, J. (1994). If I Ever Go Looking for My Heart's Desire: "Home" in Baum's "Oz" Books. The Lion and the Unicorn, 18(2), pp.209-219.

  • Book

    Grahame, K.

    The wind in the willows

    2006 - Sterling Pub. Co. - New York

    In-text: (Grahame, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Grahame, K. (2006). The wind in the willows. New York: Sterling Pub. Co.

  • Journal

    Hall, J.

    Embracing the Abject Other: The Carnival Imagery of Harry Potter

    2010 - Children's Literature in Education

    In-text: (Hall, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Hall, J. (2010). Embracing the Abject Other: The Carnival Imagery of Harry Potter. Children's Literature in Education, 42(1), pp.70-89.

  • Journal

    Mackey, M.

    Ramona the chronotope: The young reader and social theories of narrative

    1991 - Children's Literature in Education

    In-text: (Mackey, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Mackey, M. (1991). Ramona the chronotope: The young reader and social theories of narrative. Children's Literature in Education, 22(2), pp.97-109.

  • Book

    Cleary, R.

    Ramona the pest

    1968 - Dell Publishing

    In-text: (Cleary, 1968)

    Your Bibliography: Cleary, R. (1968). Ramona the pest. Dell Publishing.

  • Journal

    Krogstad, A.

    The family house chronotope in three picturebooks by Gro Dahle and Svein Nyhus: idyll, fantasy, and threshold experiences

    2016 - Barnelitterært Forskningstidsskrift

    In-text: (Krogstad, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Krogstad, A. (2016). The family house chronotope in three picturebooks by Gro Dahle and Svein Nyhus: idyll, fantasy, and threshold experiences. Barnelitterært Forskningstidsskrift, 7(1), p.26040.

  • Book

    Reynolds, K.

    Radical children's literature

    2010 - Palgrave Macmillan - Basingstoke

    In-text: (Reynolds, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Reynolds, K. (2010). Radical children's literature. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Journal

    Miskec, J. M.

    Pedi-Files: Reading the Foot in Contemporary Illustrated Children’s Literature

    2014 - Children's Literature

    In-text: (Miskec, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Miskec, J. (2014). Pedi-Files: Reading the Foot in Contemporary Illustrated Children’s Literature. Children's Literature, 42(1), pp.224-245.

  • Journal

    Wilkie-Stibbs, C.

    Borderland Children: Reflections on Narratives of Abjection

    2006 - The Lion and the Unicorn

    In-text: (Wilkie-Stibbs, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Wilkie-Stibbs, C. (2006). Borderland Children: Reflections on Narratives of Abjection. The Lion and the Unicorn, 30(3), pp.316-336.

  • Book

    Millard, G.

    A small free kiss in the dark

    2009 - Allen & Unwin - Crows Nest

    In-text: (Millard, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Millard, G. (2009). A small free kiss in the dark. Crows Nest: Allen & Unwin.

  • Journal

    Palmer, R.

    Combining the rhythms of comics and picturebooks: thoughts and experiments

    2014 - Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics

    In-text: (Palmer, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Palmer, R. (2014). Combining the rhythms of comics and picturebooks: thoughts and experiments. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 5(3), pp.297-310.

  • Journal

    Lassén-Seger, M.

    Janet Evans (red.), Challenging and Controversial Picturebooks: Creative and Critical Responses to Visual Texts

    2016 - Barnboken

    In-text: (Lassén-Seger, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Lassén-Seger, M. (2016). Janet Evans (red.), Challenging and Controversial Picturebooks: Creative and Critical Responses to Visual Texts. Barnboken, 39.

  • Website

    Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti

    In-text: (Poetry Foundation, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Poetry Foundation. (n.d.). Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti. [online] Available at: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44996/goblin-market [Accessed 6 Feb. 2018].

  • Journal

    Rudd, D.

    An Eye for an I: Neil Gaiman’s Coraline and Questions of Identity

    2008 - Children's Literature in Education

    In-text: (Rudd, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Rudd, D. (2008). An Eye for an I: Neil Gaiman’s Coraline and Questions of Identity. Children's Literature in Education, 39(3), pp.159-168.

  • Newspaper

    Larrick, N.

    The All White World of Children's Books

    1965 - The Saturday Review

    In-text: (Larrick, 1965)

    Your Bibliography: Larrick, N. (1965). The All White World of Children's Books. The Saturday Review.

  • Newspaper

    Myers, W. D.

    Where Are the People of Color in Children's Books?

    2014 - The New York Times

    In-text: (Myers, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Myers, W. (2014). Where Are the People of Color in Children's Books?. The New York Times.

  • Journal

    Anatol, G. L.

    Brown Girl Dreaming: A Ghost Story in the Postcolonial Gothic Tradition

    2016 - Children's Literature Association Quarterly

    In-text: (Anatol, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Anatol, G. (2016). Brown Girl Dreaming: A Ghost Story in the Postcolonial Gothic Tradition. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 41(4), pp.403-419.

  • Journal

    Howard, K.

    Collage, Confession, and Crisis in Jacqueline Woodson's Brown Girl Dreaming

    2017 - Children's Literature Association Quarterly

    In-text: (Howard, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Howard, K. (2017). Collage, Confession, and Crisis in Jacqueline Woodson's Brown Girl Dreaming. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 42(3), pp.326-344.

  • Book

    Woodson, J.

    Brown girl dreaming

    2014 - Penguin Books - USA

    In-text: (Woodson, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Woodson, J. (2014). Brown girl dreaming. USA: Penguin Books.

  • Book

    Lai, T.

    Inside out & back again

    2011 - Harper Collins - New York, NY

    In-text: (Lai, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Lai, T. (2011). Inside out & back again. New York, NY: Harper Collins.

  • Book

    Aiken, J.

    The wolves of Willoughby Chase

    2015 - Puffin - London

    In-text: (Aiken, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Aiken, J. (2015). The wolves of Willoughby Chase. London: Puffin.

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