Ambivalent, Double, Divided: Reading and Rereading Perry Nodelman

  • Richard Flynn
Keywords: Perry Nodelman, Carol Matas

Abstract

Review of:

Matas, Carol, and Perry Nodelman. The Curse of the Evening Eye. The Ghosthunters 2. Toronto: Key Porter, 2009.

Matas, Carol, and Perry Nodelman. The Hunt for the Haunted Elephant. The Ghosthunters 3. Toronto: Key Porter, 2010.

Matas, Carol, and Perry Nodelman. A Meeting of Minds. New York: Simon, 1999.

Matas, Carol, and Perry Nodelman. Of Two Minds. 1994. New York: Simon, 1995.

Matas, Carol, and Perry Nodelman. The Proof that Ghosts Exist. The Ghosthunters 1. Toronto: Key Porter, 2008.

Nodelman, Perry. Behaving Bradley. New York: Simon, 1998.

Nodelman, Perry. A Completely Different Place. New York: Simon, 1997.

Nodelman, Perry. The Hidden Adult: Defining Children’s Literature. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2008.

Nodelman, Perry. Not a Nickel to Spare: The Great Depression Diary of Sally Cohen. Dear Canada. Toronto: Scholastic, 2007.

Nodelman, Perry. The Same Place but Different. New York: Simon, 1995.

Author Biography

Richard Flynn

Richard Flynn teaches children’s and young adult literature and modern and contemporary poetry for adults at Georgia Southern University. Recent and forthcoming articles include “The Fear of Poetry” in The Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature (2009), “Randall Jarrell’s The Bat-Poet: Poets, Children and Readers in an Age of Prose” in The Oxford Handbook of Children’s Literature (2011), and “Words in Air: Bishop, Lowell and the Aesthetics of Autobiographical Poetry” in Elizabeth Bishop in the 21st Century (2012). From 2004 to 2009, he edited Children’s Literature Association Quarterly.

Published
2011-05-20
How to Cite
Flynn, R. (2011). Ambivalent, Double, Divided: Reading and Rereading Perry Nodelman. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 3(1). Retrieved from http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/106
Section
Review Essays