Boys in Children"s Literature and Popular Culture (Children"s Literature and Culture)

by Annette Wannamaker

Publisher: RoutledgeFalmer

Written in English
Cover of: Boys in Children
Published: Pages: 200 Downloads: 685
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Number of Pages200
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Open LibraryOL7498195M
ISBN 100415974690
ISBN 109780415974691

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Some series’ would take us months. Annette Wannamaker is the author of Boys in Children's Literature and Popular Culture ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Mediated B /5. Boys in Children's Literature and Popular Culture makes an important claim for those who study children's books: "There is a wide gap between what scholars think boys should be reading and the texts they actually are reading" (15; emphasis in original).

To focus critical attention onto the books that boys prefer, Annette Wannamaker explores Tarzan stories, the Captain Underpants. Included are discussions of Superman, the Hardy Boys, Star Trek, science fiction films, and music videos. The book points to similarities among popular culture, science fiction, and children's literature and demonstrates the relevance of these works to contemporary : Gary W.

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