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ch. 1. Guides to award-winning books -- ch. 2. Recommended reading -- ch. 3. Multicultural literature -- ch. 4. Subject bibliographies -- ch. 5. Reference books -- ch. 6. Biographies -- ch. 7. Core periodicals/multimedia reviews -- ch. 8. Nonprint media -- ch. 9. Special collections of children's literature -- ch. 10. Professional associations -- ch. 11. The information superhighway via the internet
Children's Literature: a reader's history, from Aesop to Harry Potter
Call Number: UCF ARC General Collection -- PN1009.A1L47 2008
Introduction : Toward a new history of children's literature -- 1. Speak, child : children's literature in classical antiquity -- 2. Ingenuity and authority : Aesop's fables and their afterlives -- 3. Court, commerce, and cloister : the literatures of medieval childhood -- 4. From alphabet to elegy : the Puritan impact on children's literature -- 5. Playthings of the mind : John Locke and children's literature -- 6. Canoes and cannibals : Robinson Crusoe and its legacies -- 7. From islands to empires : storytelling for a boy's world -- 8. On beyond Darwin : from Kingsley to Seuss -- 9. Ill-tempered and queer : sense and nonsense, from Victorian to modern -- 10. Straw into gold : fairy-tale philology -- 11. Theaters of girlhood : domesticity, desire, and performance in female fiction -- 12. Pan in the garden : the Edwardian turn in children's literature -- 13. Good feeling : prizes, libraries, and the institutions of American children's literature -- 15. Keeping things straight : style and the child -- 15. Tap your pencil on the paper : children's literature in an ironic age -- Epilogue : Children's literature and the history of the book
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection PN1009.5.M84G67 2011
Multicultural Children's Literature: A Critical Issues Approach is designed to prepare primary and secondary preservice and inservice teachers to address the social, cultural, and critical issues of our times through the use of multicultural children's books.
Call Number: UCF CMC Professional Collection -- 809.8928203Oxf
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"Comprehensively documents and interprets the books read by children throughout the world. With a global perspective that pays attention to significant international trends and the multicultural expansion of the field, it includes brief biographies of every major author and illustrator. Also included are feature essays on all genres of children's literature, individual works, and prominent trends and themes, as well as general essays on the traditions of children's literature in many countries throughout the world."
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 4th Floor -- PN1009.A1U44 1999
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Essentials : what is children's literature? What is childhood? / Karín Lesnik-Oberstein -- Setting of children's literature : history and culture / Tony Watkins -- Impossibility of innocence : ideology, politics, and children's literature / Charles Sarland -- Analysing texts for children : linguistics and stylistics / John Stephens -- Decoding the images : illustration and picture books / Perry Nodelman -- Readers, texts, contexts : reader-response criticism / Michael Benton -- Reading the unconscious : psychoanalytical criticism / Hamida Bosmajian -- From sex-role stereotyping to subjectivity : feminist criticism / Lissa Paul -- Inspecting the foundations : bibliographical studies / Peter Hunt -- Relating texts : intertextuality / Christine Wilkie -- Very advanced texts : metafictions and experimental work / Robyn McCallum -- Children becoming readers : reading and literacy / Geoffrey Williams -- Can stories heal? / Hugh Crago
Catalog of library collections from the U.S. and around the world. The world's most comprehensive bibliography, with millions of records for books, periodicals, and other materials in 370 languages and covering information from 4,000 years of knowledge. Includes RLIN catalogs and the Union List of Periodicals.