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    Fadiman, C.

    Children's Literature

    1998 - Encyclopedia Britannica

    In-text: (Fadiman)

    Your Bibliography: Fadiman, Clifton. "Children's Literature." Encyclopedia Britannica. N.p., 1998. Web.

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    Ganea, P. A., Canfield, C. F., Simons-Ghafari, K. and Chou, T.

    Do cavies talk? The effect of anthropomorphic picture books on children's knowledge about animals

    2014 - Frontiers in Psychology

    In-text: (Ganea et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Ganea, Patricia A. et al. "Do Cavies Talk? The Effect Of Anthropomorphic Picture Books On Children's Knowledge About Animals." Frontiers in Psychology 5 (2014): n. pag. Web.

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    Geerdts, M., Van De Walle, G. and LoBue, V.

    Using Animals to Teach Children Biology: Exploring the Use of Biological Explanations in Children’s Anthropomorphic Storybooks

    2016 - Early Education and Development

    In-text: (Geerdts, Van De Walle and LoBue 1237-1249)

    Your Bibliography: Geerdts, Megan, Gretchen Van De Walle, and Vanessa LoBue. "Using Animals To Teach Children Biology: Exploring The Use Of Biological Explanations In Children’S Anthropomorphic Storybooks." Early Education and Development 27.8 (2016): 1237-1249. Web.

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    Goldman, J. G.

    When Animals Act Like People in Stories, Kids Can’t Learn

    2014 - Scientific American Blog Network

    In-text: (Goldman)

    Your Bibliography: Goldman, Jason G. "When Animals Act Like People In Stories, Kids Can’T Learn." Scientific American Blog Network. N.p., 2014. Web.

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    Gubar, M.

    On Not Defining Children's Literature

    2011 - PMLA

    In-text: (Gubar 209-216)

    Your Bibliography: Gubar, Marah. "On Not Defining Children's Literature." PMLA 126.1 (2011): 209-216. Print.

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    Larsen, N. E., Lee, K. and Ganea, P. A.

    Do storybooks with anthropomorphized animal characters promote prosocial behaviors in young children?

    2017 - Developmental Science

    In-text: (Larsen, Lee and Ganea)

    Your Bibliography: Larsen, Nicole E., Kang Lee, and Patricia A. Ganea. "Do Storybooks With Anthropomorphized Animal Characters Promote Prosocial Behaviors In Young Children?." Developmental Science 21.3 (2017): n. pag. Web.

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    Otten, L.

    More mainstream than ever, children's literature remains hard to define, poorly understood and frequently underestimated

    2003 - Washington University in St. Louis

    In-text: (Otten)

    Your Bibliography: Otten, Liam. "More Mainstream Than Ever, Children's Literature Remains Hard To Define, Poorly Understood And Frequently Underestimated." The Source. N.p., 2003. Web. 22 Mar. 2019.

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    Unknown

    Children’s books are never just for children

    2015 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Unknown)

    Your Bibliography: Unknown. "Children’S Books Are Never Just For Children." The Guardian. N.p., 2015. Web.

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    Wyile, A. S.

    Perry Nodelman. The Hidden Adult: Defining Children's Literature

    2008 - English Studies in Canada

    In-text: (Wyile 181+)

    Your Bibliography: Wyile, Andrea S. "Perry Nodelman. The Hidden Adult: Defining Children's Literature." English Studies in Canada 34.4 (2008): 181+. Print.

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