109-110 (Spring/Printemps-Summer/Été 2003)

Shared Characteristics of "Mainstream" Canadian Children's Fiction

Table of Contents

First pages / Premières pages

Masthead
Anonymous / Anonyme
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1
Contents / Sommaire
Anonymous / Anonyme
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4-5

Editorial / Présentation

Editorial: Lists, Secrets, Property, and Fears
Mavis Reimer
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6-9
Présentation: Listes, secrets, propriétés et peurs
Anne Rusnak
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10-11

Articles

Grace Ko, Pamela J. McKenzie
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12-34
Adrienne Kertzer
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35-57
Perry Nodelman
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58-86
Rosemary Ross Johnston
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87-104

Reviews / Comptes rendus

The History of Everyday Things
Jonathan F. Vance
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105-112
Imagining Home in Canadian Picture Books by Canadian Aboriginal Authors
Paul DePasquale
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112-117
Time Travels and Tangles
Jennifer H. Litster
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117-122
The Realm of the Zany
Bert Almon
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122-127
Pushing the Boundaries of Avonlea
Patsy Kotsopoulos
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128-130
Children's Short Films (Inspired by the Sprockets Film Festival)
Angela Stukator
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130-135
Much Ado About Nothing: For Kids or for Teachers?
Marissa McHugh
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135-137
Suicide, Substance Abuse, and Pregnancy in Young Adult Theatre
Marissa McHugh
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137-140
Summer Reading for Fall, Winter, or Spring
Jean Stringam
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140-145
Finding Meaning in Unfamiliar Worlds
Hilary Turner
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145-151
In the First Person
Jason Nolan
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151-154
Telling the Holocaust to Children
Marlene Kadar
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155

Last Pages / Dernières pages

Items reviewed in this issue / Ouvrages recensés
Anonymous / Anonyme
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156-157
Announcements / Annonces
Anonymous / Anonyme
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158-161
Calls for Papers / Appels à contribution
Anonymous / Anonyme
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162-163
Letter to the Editors
Gretchen Runnalls
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164-168