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Volume 95, Issue 5
  • ISSN: 0360-9170
  • E-ISSN: 1943-2402
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In this column, we review titles that represent the ways children’s literature has evolved by genre, format, and modality.


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  1. Botelho M. J.Rudman M. K (2009) Critical multicultural analysis of children’s literature: Mirrors, windows, and doors. New York. NY: Routledge.
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  2. Johnson H.Mathis J.Short K. G (2017) Critical content analysis of children’s and young adult literature: Reframing perspective. New York. NY: Routledge.
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  3. Serafini FKachorsky D.Aguilera E (2015) Picture-books 2.0: Transmedial features across narrative platforms. Journal of Children’s Literature, 41, 2, 16–24.
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  4. Tunnell M. O.Jacobs J. SYoung T. A.Bryan G (2015) Children’s literature, briefly. 6th ed Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
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  5. Wolfenbarger C. D.Sipe L. R (2007) A unique visual and literary art form: Recent research on picturebooks. Language Arts, 84. 273–280.
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  6. Wooten DMcCuiston K. F (2015) Children’s literature book apps: Exploring new paths for books and literacy development. Journal of Children’s Literature, 41, 2, 26–30.
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