The essays in this book focus on the complex, overlapping, and contradictory, meanings of the idea of home found in children's literature.
|Introduction: Discourses of Home in Canadian Childrens Literature|
|Home and Unhoming: The Ideological Work of Canadian Childrens Literature|
|Les representations du "Home" dans les roman quon destine aux adolescents|
|Le "Home": un espace privilï¿½gï¿½ en littï¿½rature de jeunesse quï¿½bï¿½coise|
|Island Homemaking: Catharine Parr Traills Canadian Crusoes and the Robinsonade Tradition|
|Home and Native Land: A Study of Canadian Aboriginal Picture Books by Aboriginal Authors|
|At Home on Native Land: A Non-Aboriginal Canadian Scholar Discusses Aboriginality and Property in Canadian Double-Focalised Novels for Young Adults|
|White Picket Fences: At Home with Multicultural Childrens Literature in Canada?|
|Windows as Homing Devices in Canadian Picture Books|
|The Homely Imaginary: Fantasies of Nationhood in Australian and Canadian Texts|
|Home Page: Translating Scholarly Discourses for Young People|
|Afterword: Homeward Bound|
Mavis Reimeris Canada Research Chair in the Culture of Childhood, director of the Centre for Research in Young People's Texts and Cultures, and an associate professor in the Department of English at the University of Winnipeg. She is co-author with Perry Nodelman of the third edition of The Pleasures of Children's Literatureand editor of a collection of essays on Anne of Green Gables, entitled Such a Simple Little Tale.