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Issue Title
 
Vol 31, No 2 (2005) When a Poetry Book is Not a Book of Poetry Abstract
Lissa Paul
 
47 (1987) When is a Book not a Book? The Novels of Welwyn Wilton Katz Details
Marianne Micros
 
111-112 (Fall/Automne-Winter/Hiver 2003) When is YA Not YA?: Contemporary Realistic Fiction for Young Adults Details
Laurence Steven
 
100-101 (Winter/Hiver 2000-Spring/Printemps 2001) When the Piper Speaks Abstract
Bonnie Ryan-Fisher
 
44 (1986) When the Truth is Good Enough Details
James Bogart, Jo Ellen Bogart
 
75 (Fall/automne) 1994 When Toys Lose Their Charms, Try Epistemology Details
Hilary Turner
 
53 (1989) When Wishes Come True Details
Marilyn Richmond
 
Vol 32, No 1 (2006) Where Culture Meets Biology Details
Karen Coats, Roberta Seelinger Trites
 
33 (1984) Where Do We Go After Star Wars? Recent Children's Science Fiction Details
Chris Ferns
 
52 (1988) Where is Here? Canadian Children's Literature Abstract
Roderick McGillis
 
105-106 (Spring/Printemps-Summer/Été 2002) Where's the Delight in Instruction? Abstract
Lissa Paul
 
5-6 (1976) White on Red Details
Leslie Monkman
 
72 (1993) Who Bewitched the Witch? Abstract
Victor-Laurent Tremblay
 
Vol 34, No 2 (2008) Who Do We Think You Are? Abstract
E. Holly Pike
 
25 (1982) Who's Speaking? The Voices of Dennis Lee's Poems for Children Details
Perry Nodelman
 
83 (Fall/automne) 1996 Whose Story is It? Details
Carole Carpenter
 
70 (1993) "Why Don't We See Him?": Questioning the Frame in Illustrated Children's Stories Abstract
Douglas Thorpe
 
85 (Spring/printemps) 1997 Why Drama for Children? Abstract
Theo Heras
 
105-106 (Spring/Printemps-Summer/Été 2002) Widening Spirals: A Mennonite Girl Grows Up Abstract
Thomas M.F. Gerry
 
83 (Fall/automne) 1996 Wilderness Odysseys Details
Kathleen Bailey
 
52 (1988) Wilderness Survival Details
Carole Gerson
 
88 (winter/hiver 1997) Wildflowers in a Meadow: Five Poetry Books You Ought to Read Details
Carl Leggo
 
27-28 (1982) Wilfred Eggleston: Frontier Novelist Details
David W. Atkinson
 
79 (Fall/automne) 1995 Will the Real Macbeth Please Step Forth? Details
Gerald Rubio
 
14 (1979) Will the Real Riel Please Stand Up? Details
Geoff Tagg
 
84 (Winter/hiver) 1996 Windows on the Past Details
Jonathan F. Vance
 
Vol 33, No 1 (2007) Windows on the World: Canadian Publishers Offer Global Perspectives on Childhood Abstract
Elizabeth Galway
 
83 (Fall/automne) 1996 Winged Words, Aerial Visions Details
Linda E. Marshall
 
20 (1980) Winnipeg's Kid Sleuth Solves Another Case! Details
Dave Jenkinson
 
42 (1986) Wise Words for Toddlers - Yuppie Picture Books Details
Gail L. Cox
 
1#2 (1975) Wit, Energy, and Magic Details
Patricia Morley
 
67 (1992) Witches without Broomsticks and Beds That Go "Creak" in the Night Details
Jennifer Charles
 
45 (1987) With Passion, Intensity and Style Details
Hélène Beauchamp
 
77 (Spring/printemps) 1995 Wizzles and Warriors Details
Gisela Sherman
 
62 (1991) Women and Children First? Some Observations from the Field Abstract
Carole Gerson
 
83 (Fall/automne) 1996 Women in Canadian History Details
Kathryn Schade
 
23-24 (1981) Women In Canadian Politics Details
Ronnie Kennedy
 
93 (Spring/Printemps 1999) Women in Profile Details
Darlene Abreu-Ferreira
 
25 (1982) Women's Studies in the High Schools Details
Lorraine McMullen
 
105-106 (Spring/Printemps-Summer/Été 2002) Working-Class Tales for Youth in Nineteenth-Century Canada Abstract
Jean Stringam
 
43 (1986) World War Two on the Prairies Details
Margery Fee
 
104 (Winter/Hiver 2001) "Worth in the Telling": Tales of Trauma in Australian Aboriginal Narratives Abstract
Clare Bradford
 
Vol 10 (1978) Worth Its Weight Details
William Goddard
 
98 (Summer/Été 2000) Writing about Animals Abstract
Celeste van Vloten
 
96 (Winter/Hiver 1999) Writing Historical Fiction Abstract
Elaine Ostry
 
74 (Summer/ete) 1994 "Writing is the Deepest Pleasure I Know": An Interview with Kit Pearson Abstract
Jane Flick
 
37 (1985) Writing Retrospective Fiction for Children: "Tyed to the particular truth of things" Details
Jim Gellert
 
99 (Fall/Automne 2000) Writing with a "Definite Purpose": L.M. Montgomery, Nellie L. McClung and the Politics of Imperial Motherhood in Fiction for Children Abstract
Cecily Devereux
 
15-16 (1980) Wynkyn Whimsies Details
Patricia Demers
 
91-92 (Fall/Automne-Winter/Hiver 1998) YA Fantasy: A Gripping Thriller Details
Lynn (J.R.) Wytenbroek
 
38 (1985) Young Adult Realism Details
Catherine Ross
 
62 (1991) Young Adults and Family Stress Details
Esta Pomotov
 
102 (Summer/Été 2001) Young Canada Abstract
Olga Costopoulos
 
78 (Summer/ete) 1995 Young Canada: An Index to Canadian Materials in Major British and American Juvenile Periodicals 1870-1950 Abstract
R.G. Moyles
 
90 (Summer/Été 1998) Young Mother Goose Details
David Gates
 
53 (1989) Young People Learn to Cope Details
Leonore Loft
 
41 (1986) Your Stay is Worth Remembering Details
Marjorie MacQueen
 
43 (1986) Yves Thériault se raconte Details
Jean-Pierre Boucher
 
79 (Fall/automne) 1995 "Zebros and elosphants": Images of Blacks in Natural History Adventure-Empire Tales Read by Young People in Wellington County, Ontario, 1880-1890 Abstract
lian goodall
 
Vol 32, No 1 (2006) “Canadian”? “Children’s”? “Literature”? Details
Perry Nodelman
 
Vol 33, No 1 (2007) “Life Was Simpler Years Ago,” or Books for Proud Canadians of All Ages Abstract
Maria Nikolajeva
 
Vol 31, No 1 (2005) “The World is Our Classroom”: Developing Global Awareness in Adolescents By Teaching Deborah Ellis’s Breadwinner Trilogy Abstract
James C. Greenlaw
 
Vol 33, No 2 (2007) “Vitality . . . Waiting in the Wilderness”: The Construction of the Environmental Native in Christie Harris’s Art and Archive Abstract
Tricia Grattan
 
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