Children's Literature in Education
An International Quarterly
Children's Literature in Education has been a key source of articles on all aspects of children's literature for more than 40 years. It covers classic and contemporary material, the highbrow and the popular, and ranges across works for infants through to material for young adults. It features analysis of fiction, poetry, drama and non-fictional material (plus studies in other media: film, TV, computer games, online works); visual narratives from picture books and comics to graphic novels; interviews with writers and artists; textual analysis and interpretation from differing theoretical perspectives; historical approaches to the area; reader-response work with children; ideas for teaching children's literature; adaptation, translation and publishing. CLE is a peer-reviewed journal covering children's literature worldwide, suitable for professionals in the field (academics, librarians, teachers) and any other interested adults.
“Without Manifest, None of the Book Would have Happened”: Place, Identity, and the Positioning of Canadian Adolescent Readers as Literary Critics
Erin Spring (June 2018)
The Picture of Madness–Visual Narratives of Female Mental Illness in Contemporary Children’s Literature
Imogen Church (June 2018)
A Case Study of Russification in Two Translations of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Vladimir Nabokov and Boris Zakhoder
Mee Ryoung Park (June 2018)
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