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vol. 17, no. 1

1. Editorial
Clare Bradford and Kerry Mallan
pp. 3- (PDF)

2. Spirits, Miracles and Clauses: Economy, Patriarchy and Childhood in Popular Christmas Texts
Sue Saltmarsh
pp. 5- (PDF)

3. An Insecure Base?: Nerves, Violence and Step-parents in Norwegian Children's Literature
Anne-Kari Skardhamar
pp. 19- (PDF)

4. (Re)constructing Masculinity: Representations of Men and Masculinity in Australian Young Adult Literature
Troy Potter
pp. 28- (PDF)

5. Pedagogy and Other Unfortunate Events: Cheerful Nihilism in Popular Children's Books
Rebecca-Anne C. Do Rozario
pp. 36- (PDF)

6. 'Biting the Hand That Feeds': Consumerism, Ideology and Recent Animated Film for Children
Jillian Hinkins
pp. 43- (PDF)

7. 'If I've Arksed Youse Boys Once, I've Arksed Youse Boys a Thousand Times!': Translation Strategies in the German Translation of Phillip Gwynne's 'Deadly, Unna?' Leah Gerber
pp. 51- (PDF)

8.News and Notices
pp. 57- (PDF)

vol. 17, no. 2

1. Editorial
Debra Dudek and Wenche Ommundsen
pp. 3- (PDF)

2. The Hegemony of Western Categorisation and the Underdevelopment of Children's Literature in 'Other' Worlds Duh
Cherng Ming Cherng
pp. 7- (PDF)

3. In the Same Boat: National Identity and Taiwanese Picture Books
Hui-Ling Huang
pp. 16- (PDF)

4. Beyond Dualism: Towards Interculturality in Pictorialisations of Miyazawa Kenji's 'Snow Crossing' (Yukiwatari)
Helen Kilpatrick
pp. 26- (PDF)

5. Cross-generational Negotiations: Asian Australian Picture Books
Clare Bradford
pp. 36- (PDF)

6. Embodying a Racialised Multiculturalism: Strategic Essentialism and Lived Hybridities in Hoa Pham's 'No One Like Me'
Debra Dudek
pp. 43- (PDF)

7. 'I Don't Like Your Kind of People': Cultural Pluralism in Odo Hirsch's 'Have Courage, Hazel Green'
Beverley Pennell
pp. 50- (PDF)

8. Not Quite White (Enough): Intersecting Ethnic and Gendered Identities in 'Looking for Alibrandi'
Kathryn McInally
pp. 59- (PDF)

9. Children in Detention: Juvenile Authors Recollect Refugee Stories
Sissy Helff
pp. 67- (PDF)

10. Exploring Issues of National Identity, Ideology and Diversity in Contemporary Canadian Picture Books
Ingrid Johnston, Joyce Bainbridge, Farha Shariff
pp. 75- (PDF)

11. News and Notices
pp. 84- (PDF)