Childrens Literature in Education

(The TQCC of Childrens Literature in Education is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Examining Agency in Children’s Nonfiction Picture Books8
Reading the Chornobyl Catastrophe Within Ecofiction8
Humanizing the Journey Across the Mexico–U.S. Border: Multimodal Analysis of Children’s Picture Books and the Restorying of Latinx (Im)migration7
Transformative Readings: Harry Potter Fan Fiction, Trans/Queer Reader Response, and J. K. Rowling6
Depicting Dementia: Representations of Cognitive Health and Illness in Ten Picturebooks for Children6
Children of “A Dream Come True”: A Critical Content Analysis of the Representations of Transracial Chinese Adoption in Picturebooks4
Centering the Margins: Investigating Relationships, Power, and Culture Through Critical Peritextual Analysis4
Afrocarnival: Celebrating Black Bodies and Critiquing Oppressive Bodies in Afrofuturist Literature4
Analysing Plant Representation in Children’s Literature: The Phyto-Analysis Map3
Kittens, Blankets and Seaweed: Developing Empathy in Relation to Language Learning via Children’s Picturebooks3
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Picture Books: Depictions of Housing and Home in Books for Young Children3
Uncovering Death: A Dialogic, Aesthetic Engagement with the Covers of Death-Themed Picture Books3
Critical Depictions of Agency in Pura Belpré Awarded Texts3
Public Health, Polio, and Pandemics: Fear and Anxiety about Health in Children’s Literature3
“Beyond the Boundaries:” Negotiations of Space, Place, Body and Subjectivity in YA Fiction3
Implied Rather than Intended? Children’s Picture Books, Civil Religion, and the First Landing on the Moon2
Rethinking Cultural Appropriation in YA Literature Through Sámi and Arctic Pedagogies2
Towards an Affective Childist Literary Criticism2
“I Don’t Want to Finish This Book!”, or A Posthumanist View of Affect, Reader Response, and Children’s Literature2
Narrative Ethics in Robert Westall’s The Machine Gunners2
Ted Hughes: The Importance of Fostering Creative Writing as Environmental Education2
Older Children’s Responses to Wordless Picturebooks: Making Connections2
Good Chinese Girls and the Model Minority: Race, Education, and Community in Girl in Translation and Front Desk2
Processes of Transformation: Theorizing Activism and Change Through Gloria Anzaldúa’s Picture Books2
Ozone Layer Depletion in Children’s Books Available in Greece: examining accuracy in the representation of causes of ozone layer depletion in texts2
Reading Poison: Science and Story in Nazi Children’s Propaganda2
Just How Radical Is Radical: Children’s Picture Books and Trans Youth1
Joyce Lankester Brisley’s Bunchy as the Shadow of Milly-Molly-Mandy1
The Necessity of an Anthropomorphic Approach to Children’s Literature1
“Death of the Author” in the Literature Classroom and John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars1
Across Textual Landscapes: The Role of Affect During Digital Reading Encounters1
Gendered Assumptions in the Framing of Fitness in Sports Nonfiction for Young Adult Readers1
Fictionalised Non-fiction Picturebooks for Preschoolers: Children’s Responses to Imaginary Constructs in Designed Reading Activities1
Past Wars in Present Stories: An Analysis of the Picturebook Vanishing Colors1
“Jugos There?” Codeswitching Strategies in Bilingual Picturebooks1
Defining the Rupkatha: Tracing the Generic Tradition of the Bengali Fairy Tale1
Too Much Feeling: S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders (1967), Conflicting Emotions, Identity, and Socialization1
What Can You Do as an Eco-hero? A Study on the Ecopedagogical Potential of Dutch Non-fictional Environmental Texts for Children1
A Three-Dimensional Jigsaw Made of Pliable Bits: Analysing Adolescent Identity as an Intertextual Construct in Aidan Chambers’ Postcards from No Man’s Land (1999)1
Writing a Novel with Roma Primary School Children: Tensions in Disrupting Aetonormativity1
Representations of Testimonial Smothering and Critical Witnessing of Rape Victim–Survivors in Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak Fanfiction1
Why Children Need to Read About Plants at a Time of Climate Change1
Contemporary Judeo–Spanish Poetry for Young Readers1
The Progress of Sugar: Consumption as Complicity in Children’s Books about Slavery and Manufacturing, 1790–20151
Weak or Wily? Girls’ Voices in Tellings and Retellings of African Folktales for Children1
How to Create a Hebrew Reader? Olam Katan (1901–1904) and the Young Hebrew Reading Public1
Dance of Estrangement: Divisions in Oscar Wilde’s Fairy Tales1
Who Speaks for Nature? Genre, Gender and the Eco-translation of Chinese Wild Animals1
Sketching Motherhood. Maternal Representation in Contemporary Picturebooks: The Case of Spain1
“She Wished Someone Would Help Them”: PTSD and Empathy in the Six of Crows Duology1
When the Ordinary Meets the Jiggery-Pokery: Towards a Wittgensteinian Reading of Lindgren’s Karlson on the Roof1
Effects of Multicultural Education on Small Presses and Commercial Publishing: A Case Study of the House on Mango Street1
An Investigation of the Functionality of Peritextual Elements in Graphic Novels1
Picturing Silence: The Visual Grammar of Speak: The Graphic Novel1
Witnesses, Deniers and Bourgeois Troublemakers. The Holodomor and Ukrainian-Canadian Collaboration in Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch’s Winterkill (2022)1
Ecocritical Insights: Contemporary Concerns about Forest Ecosystems in a Greek Picturebook1
Truth-Telling, Trauma Fiction, and the Challenge of Critical Engagement: A Reading of Breaking Stalin’s Nose and A Winter’s Day in 19391