|aNew directions in picturebook research /|cedited by Teresa Colomer, Bettina Kummerling-Meibauer, and Cecilia Silva-Diaz.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2010.
|axviii, 261 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 249-251) and index.
|aPicturebooks, literacy, and cultural context. Words claimed: picturebook narratives and the project of children’s literature / Perry Nodelman -- Interpretative codes and implied readers of children’s picturebooks / Maria Nikolajeva -- Picturebooks and changing values at the turn of the century / Teresa Colomer -- How to make sense: reflections on the influence of eighteenth century picturebooks on picturebooks of today / Nina Christensen -- "All this book is about books" : picturebooks, culture and metaliterary awareness / Evelyn Arizpe -- Artistic allusions in picturebooks / Sandra Beckett -- Picturebooks and storytelling. Frame-making and frame-breaking in picturebooks / Carole Scott -- Surprised readers: twist endings in narrative picturebooks / Brenda Bellorin and Cecilia Silva-Diaz -- The narrative power of pictures: L’orage (The thunderstorm) / by Anne Brouillard, Annabelle Nires-Chevrel -- Picturebooks and Trojan horses: the Nordic picturebook as a site for artistic experiment during the 1950s / Elina Druker -- A strawberry? or the planet?: children’s aesthetic response to the picturebook Strawberries by Susumi Shingu, moving art sculptor / Tomoko Masaki -- Off-screen: the importance of blank space / Fernando Zaparan-Hernandez -- Making sense out of picturebooks. Being a guide into picturebook literacy: challenges of cognition and connotation / Ingeborg Mjar -- First-person narratives in picturebooks: an inquiry into the acquisition of picturebook competence / Eva Gressnich and Jorg Meibauer -- Remembering the past in words and pictures: how autobiographical stories become picturebooks / Bettina Ku?mmerling-Meibauer -- Do sons inherit the sins of their fathers? an analysis of the picturebook Angry man / Agnes-Margrethe Bjorvand -- Imagination or reality? mindscapes and characterization in a Finnish and a Swedish picturebook / Anna-Maija Koskimies-Hellman.