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Tales for little rebels : a collection of radical children's literature, edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Philip Nel ; foreword by Jack Zipes

Label
Tales for little rebels : a collection of radical children's literature
Title
Tales for little rebels
Title remainder
a collection of radical children's literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Philip Nel ; foreword by Jack Zipes
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.8/09282
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS509.C519
LC item number
T36 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1969-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Mickenberg, Julia L
  • Nel, Philip
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Children and politics
  • Children's literature, American
  • American literature
  • Children's literature, American
  • Children's literature, American
  • Politics and literature
  • Radicalism in literature
Label
Tales for little rebels : a collection of radical children's literature, edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Philip Nel ; foreword by Jack Zipes
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0820/2008020926.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bar code
  • 31223100096040
  • 31223060271278
  • 31223088627089
  • 31223100096073
  • 31223100096065
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword: The twists and turns of radical children's literature
  • Jack Zipes
  • Introduction
  • Julia Mickenberg, Philip Nel --
  • Selections from "Pioneer Mother Goose" (1934) /
  • written by
  • Ned Donn,
  • illustrated by
  • Bill Gropper (William Gropper)
  • "ABC for Martin" from Martin's annual (1935)
  • M. Boland
  • Excerpts from The Black BC's (1970) /
  • written by
  • Lucille Clifton,
  • R is for rebel.
  • illustrated by
  • Don Miller --
  • Excerpt from The Socialist primer : a book of first lessons for the little ones in words of one syllable (1908) /
  • written by
  • Nicholas Klein,
  • illistrated by
  • Ryan Walker
  • Excerpt form The Socialist primer (1930)
  • Art Young
  • John English
  • Day they parachuted cats on Borneo : a drama of ecology (1971) /
  • written by
  • Charlotte Pomerantz,
  • scenery by
  • Jose Aruego
  • Red ribbons for Emma (1981) /
  • written by
  • New Mexico People & Energy Collective: Deb Preusch, Tom Barry, Beth Wood --
  • Subversive science and dramas of ecology.
  • Excerpt from Nature talks on economics (1912)
  • Caroline Nelson
  • Excerpts from Science and history for girls and boys (1932)
  • William Montgomery Brown
  • "Races of mankind," from Climbing our family tree (1945)
  • Alex Novikoff,
  • illustrated by
  • Ruth Brindze,
  • illustrated by
  • Emery I. Gondor
  • Story of your coat (1946) /
  • written by
  • Clara Hollos,
  • illustrated by
  • Herbert Kruckman
  • Little tailor (1955)
  • William Gropper
  • Work, workers, and money.
  • Girls can be anything (1973) /
  • written by
  • Norma Klein,
  • illustrated by
  • Roy Doty --
  • "Sharecroppers" (1937) /
  • written by
  • Langston Hughes,
  • illustrated by
  • Fred Ellis
  • Excerpt from Johnny get your money's worth (and Jane too) /
  • written by
  • Juanita Preval
  • "Pickets and slippery sticks," from New pioneer story book (1935) /
  • written by
  • Myra Page,
  • illustrated by
  • Lydia Gibson
  • "Beavers" (1936) /
  • written by
  • Oscar Saul, Lou Lantz,
  • illustrated by
  • Organize.
  • Jack Herman
  • "Mary stays after school or, What this union is about" (1939)
  • Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
  • Mr. His : a children's story for anybody (1939)
  • A. Redfield (Syd Hoff)
  • Oscar the ostrich (1940) /
  • written by
  • Jerome Schwartz (Jerome Lawrence),
  • illustrated by
  • Mark David
  • "Happy valley," from The child's Socialist reader (1907) /
  • "Doria Ramirez," from Small hands, big hands : seven profiles of Chicano migrant workers and their families (1970)
  • Sandra Weiner --
  • illustrated by
  • Walter Crane
  • "Battle in the barnyard," from Battle in the barnyard : stories and pictures for Worker's children (1932) /
  • written by
  • Helen Kay,
  • illustrated by
  • Excerpt from Funnybone alley (1927) /
  • written by
  • Alfred Kreymborg,
  • illustrated by
  • Boris Artzybasheff
  • Teacup whale (1934)
  • Lydia Gibson
  • Geyt a hindele ken Bronzvil (A little hen goes to Brownsville) (1937) /
  • written by
  • Yehoshua Kaminski,
  • Imagine.
  • illustrated by
  • Not Koslowsky,
  • translated by
  • Friso Henstra --
  • "Why?" from Fairy tales for worker's children (1925) /
  • written by
  • Herminia Zur Mühlen,
  • translated by
  • Ida Dailes,
  • illustrated by
  • Lydia Gibson
  • Hildegarde Hoyt Swift,
  • illustrated by
  • Lynd Ward
  • "Stories for children," from Freedom (1950-1955) /
  • written by
  • Linda Lewis, Elsie Robins ... [et al.]
  • "Lucretia Mott," from Independent Voices (1968) /
  • written by
  • Eve Merriam
  • "High John the conqueror," from Black folktales /
  • History and heroes.
  • written by
  • Julius Lester,
  • illustrated by
  • Tom Feelings --
  • "American history retold in pictures" (1931) /
  • written by
  • Jack Hardy,
  • illustrated by
  • William Siegel
  • Excerpt form North star shining : a pictorial history of the American Negro (1947) /
  • written by
  • "Who stole the tarts?" from The Pogo stepmother goose (1954) /
  • written by
  • Lewis Carroll,
  • adapted and illustrated by
  • Walt Kelly
  • X : a fabulous child's story (1978) /
  • written by
  • Lois Gould,
  • illustrated by
  • Jacqueline Chwast
  • Person's a person.
  • "Princess who stood on her own two feet," from Stories for free children (1982) /
  • written by
  • Jeanne Desy,
  • illustrated by
  • Leslie Udry
  • Excerpts from Elizabeth : a Puerto Rican-American child tells her story (1974)
  • Joe Molnar --
  • Little boy in a big city," from The first book of Negroes (1952) /
  • written by
  • Langston Hughes,
  • illustrated by
  • Ursula Koering
  • "Sneetches" (1953)
  • Dr. Seuss
  • In Henry's backyard : the races of mankind (1948) /
  • written by
  • Ruth Benedict, Gene Weltfish,
  • illustrated by
  • United Productions of America
  • Three promises to you (1957)
  • Munro Leaf
  • Excerpt from Come with me : poems, guessing poems, and dance poems for young people (1963) /
  • written by
  • Edith Segal,
  • Peace.
  • illustrated by
  • Samuel Kamen
  • "Buster Brown plays David and Goliath," from Buster Brown goes shooting and other stories (1907)
  • R.F. Outcault
  • "How two sweetheart dippies sat in the moonlight on a lumber yard fence and heard about the Sooners and the Boomers," from Rootabaga pigeons (1923) /
  • written by
  • Carl Sandburg,
  • illustrated by
  • Maud Petersham, Miska Petersham
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xii, 295 p.
Isbn
9780814757208
Isbn Type
(cl : alk. paper)
Lccn
2008020926
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 227931010
  • (OCoLC)227931010
Label
Tales for little rebels : a collection of radical children's literature, edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Philip Nel ; foreword by Jack Zipes
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0820/2008020926.html
Publication
Bar code
  • 31223100096040
  • 31223060271278
  • 31223088627089
  • 31223100096073
  • 31223100096065
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword: The twists and turns of radical children's literature
  • Jack Zipes
  • Introduction
  • Julia Mickenberg, Philip Nel --
  • Selections from "Pioneer Mother Goose" (1934) /
  • written by
  • Ned Donn,
  • illustrated by
  • Bill Gropper (William Gropper)
  • "ABC for Martin" from Martin's annual (1935)
  • M. Boland
  • Excerpts from The Black BC's (1970) /
  • written by
  • Lucille Clifton,
  • R is for rebel.
  • illustrated by
  • Don Miller --
  • Excerpt from The Socialist primer : a book of first lessons for the little ones in words of one syllable (1908) /
  • written by
  • Nicholas Klein,
  • illistrated by
  • Ryan Walker
  • Excerpt form The Socialist primer (1930)
  • Art Young
  • John English
  • Day they parachuted cats on Borneo : a drama of ecology (1971) /
  • written by
  • Charlotte Pomerantz,
  • scenery by
  • Jose Aruego
  • Red ribbons for Emma (1981) /
  • written by
  • New Mexico People & Energy Collective: Deb Preusch, Tom Barry, Beth Wood --
  • Subversive science and dramas of ecology.
  • Excerpt from Nature talks on economics (1912)
  • Caroline Nelson
  • Excerpts from Science and history for girls and boys (1932)
  • William Montgomery Brown
  • "Races of mankind," from Climbing our family tree (1945)
  • Alex Novikoff,
  • illustrated by
  • Ruth Brindze,
  • illustrated by
  • Emery I. Gondor
  • Story of your coat (1946) /
  • written by
  • Clara Hollos,
  • illustrated by
  • Herbert Kruckman
  • Little tailor (1955)
  • William Gropper
  • Work, workers, and money.
  • Girls can be anything (1973) /
  • written by
  • Norma Klein,
  • illustrated by
  • Roy Doty --
  • "Sharecroppers" (1937) /
  • written by
  • Langston Hughes,
  • illustrated by
  • Fred Ellis
  • Excerpt from Johnny get your money's worth (and Jane too) /
  • written by
  • Juanita Preval
  • "Pickets and slippery sticks," from New pioneer story book (1935) /
  • written by
  • Myra Page,
  • illustrated by
  • Lydia Gibson
  • "Beavers" (1936) /
  • written by
  • Oscar Saul, Lou Lantz,
  • illustrated by
  • Organize.
  • Jack Herman
  • "Mary stays after school or, What this union is about" (1939)
  • Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
  • Mr. His : a children's story for anybody (1939)
  • A. Redfield (Syd Hoff)
  • Oscar the ostrich (1940) /
  • written by
  • Jerome Schwartz (Jerome Lawrence),
  • illustrated by
  • Mark David
  • "Happy valley," from The child's Socialist reader (1907) /
  • "Doria Ramirez," from Small hands, big hands : seven profiles of Chicano migrant workers and their families (1970)
  • Sandra Weiner --
  • illustrated by
  • Walter Crane
  • "Battle in the barnyard," from Battle in the barnyard : stories and pictures for Worker's children (1932) /
  • written by
  • Helen Kay,
  • illustrated by
  • Excerpt from Funnybone alley (1927) /
  • written by
  • Alfred Kreymborg,
  • illustrated by
  • Boris Artzybasheff
  • Teacup whale (1934)
  • Lydia Gibson
  • Geyt a hindele ken Bronzvil (A little hen goes to Brownsville) (1937) /
  • written by
  • Yehoshua Kaminski,
  • Imagine.
  • illustrated by
  • Not Koslowsky,
  • translated by
  • Friso Henstra --
  • "Why?" from Fairy tales for worker's children (1925) /
  • written by
  • Herminia Zur Mühlen,
  • translated by
  • Ida Dailes,
  • illustrated by
  • Lydia Gibson
  • Hildegarde Hoyt Swift,
  • illustrated by
  • Lynd Ward
  • "Stories for children," from Freedom (1950-1955) /
  • written by
  • Linda Lewis, Elsie Robins ... [et al.]
  • "Lucretia Mott," from Independent Voices (1968) /
  • written by
  • Eve Merriam
  • "High John the conqueror," from Black folktales /
  • History and heroes.
  • written by
  • Julius Lester,
  • illustrated by
  • Tom Feelings --
  • "American history retold in pictures" (1931) /
  • written by
  • Jack Hardy,
  • illustrated by
  • William Siegel
  • Excerpt form North star shining : a pictorial history of the American Negro (1947) /
  • written by
  • "Who stole the tarts?" from The Pogo stepmother goose (1954) /
  • written by
  • Lewis Carroll,
  • adapted and illustrated by
  • Walt Kelly
  • X : a fabulous child's story (1978) /
  • written by
  • Lois Gould,
  • illustrated by
  • Jacqueline Chwast
  • Person's a person.
  • "Princess who stood on her own two feet," from Stories for free children (1982) /
  • written by
  • Jeanne Desy,
  • illustrated by
  • Leslie Udry
  • Excerpts from Elizabeth : a Puerto Rican-American child tells her story (1974)
  • Joe Molnar --
  • Little boy in a big city," from The first book of Negroes (1952) /
  • written by
  • Langston Hughes,
  • illustrated by
  • Ursula Koering
  • "Sneetches" (1953)
  • Dr. Seuss
  • In Henry's backyard : the races of mankind (1948) /
  • written by
  • Ruth Benedict, Gene Weltfish,
  • illustrated by
  • United Productions of America
  • Three promises to you (1957)
  • Munro Leaf
  • Excerpt from Come with me : poems, guessing poems, and dance poems for young people (1963) /
  • written by
  • Edith Segal,
  • Peace.
  • illustrated by
  • Samuel Kamen
  • "Buster Brown plays David and Goliath," from Buster Brown goes shooting and other stories (1907)
  • R.F. Outcault
  • "How two sweetheart dippies sat in the moonlight on a lumber yard fence and heard about the Sooners and the Boomers," from Rootabaga pigeons (1923) /
  • written by
  • Carl Sandburg,
  • illustrated by
  • Maud Petersham, Miska Petersham
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xii, 295 p.
Isbn
9780814757208
Isbn Type
(cl : alk. paper)
Lccn
2008020926
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 227931010
  • (OCoLC)227931010

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