The astonished witness disclosed: an interview with Arnold Lobel

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Lucy Rollin teaches in the English department at Clemson University, where she reviews children's books and helps with the Children's Literature Symposium. She has published articles in children's literature and popular culture and currently serves as chair of the children's culture area of the Popular Culture Association.

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Rollin, L. The astonished witness disclosed: an interview with Arnold Lobel. Child Lit Educ 15, 191–197 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01137182

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