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Series: Annual of The Modern Language Association Division on Children's Literature and The Children's Literature Association

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Children's Literature: Volume 1 by Francelia Butler1
Children's Literature: Volume 2 by Francelia Butler2
Children's Literature: Volume 3 by Francelia Butler3
Children's Literature: Volume 4 by Francelia Butler4
Children's Literature: Volume 5 by Francelia Butler5
Children's Literature: Volume 6 by Francelia Butler6
Children's Literature: Volume 7 by Francelia Butler7
Children's Literature: Volume 8 by Francelia Butler8
Children's Literature: Volume 9 by Francelia Butler9
Children's Literature: Volume 10 by Francelia Butler10
Children's Literature: Volume 11 by Francelia Butler11
Children's Literature: Volume 12 by Francelia Butler12
Children's Literature: Volume 13 by Francelia Butler13
Children's Literature: Volume 14 by Francelia Butler14
Children's Literature: Volume 15 by Francelia Butler15
Children's Literature: Volume 16 by Francelia Butler16
Children's Literature: Volume 17 by Francelia Butler17
Children's Literature: Volume 18 by Francelia Butler18
Children's Literature: Volume 19 by Francelia Butler19
Children's Literature: Volume 20 by Francelia Butler20
Children's Literature: Volume 21 by Francelia Butler21
Children's Literature: Volume 22 by Francelia Butler22
Children's Literature: Volume 23 by Francelia Butler23
Children's Literature: Volume 24 by Francelia Butler24
Children's Literature: Volume 25 by Mitzi Myers25
Children's Literature: Volume 26 by Elizabeth Lennox Keyser26
Children's Literature: Volume 27 by Elizabeth Lennox Keyser27
Children's Literature: Volume 28 by Elizabeth Lennox Keyser28
Children's Literature: Volume 29 by Elizabeth Lennox Keyser29
Children's Literature: Volume 30 by Elizabeth Lennox Keyser30
Children's Literature: Volume 31 by Julie Pfeiffer31
Children's Literature: Volume 32 by Julie Pfeiffer32
Children's Literature: Volume 33 by Julie Pfeiffer33
Children's Literature: Volume 34 by Christine Doyle34
Children's Literature: Volume 35 by Julie Pfeiffer35
Children's Literature: Volume 36 by Julie Pfeiffer36
Children's Literature: Volume 37 by Julie Pfeiffer37
Children's Literature: Volume 38 by Julie Pfeiffer38
Children's Literature: Volume 39 by Julie Pfeiffer39
Children's Literature: Volume 40 by Michelle Ann Abate40
Children's Literature: Volume 41 by Michelle Ann Abate41
Children's Literature: Volume 42 by Amanda Cockrell42
Children's Literature: Volume 43 by Amanda Cockrell43
Children's Literature: Volume 44 by Amanda Cockrell44

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