Reading into Racism: Bias in Children's Literature and Learning Materials

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Bibliography

Chapter 1

a
Alcott, L.M. Little Women, Puffin edn (1983).
Armstrong, W. (1973) Sounder, Puffin.

b
Banfield, B. (1980) in Preiswerk, R. (ed.), The Slant of the pen; racism in children’s books, World Council of Churches.
Bayfield, T. (1980) Churban; the murder of the Jews of Europe London, Michael Goulston Foundation.
Bernheim, M. (1974) In Africa, Lutterworth.

c
Coolidge, S. What Katy did, Collins edn, (1967).

f
Fisher, S. and Hicks, D. (1985) World Studies 8-13, Oliver and Boyd.
Fitzhugh, L. (1976) Nobody’s family is going to change, Gollancz.

g
Glastonbury, M. (1982) ‘What books tell girls’ English magazine, no. 9.
Le Guin, U. (1971) Wizard of Earthsea, Penguin.
Guy, R. (1974) Edith Jackson. Gollancz.

l
Lee, H. (1960) To Kill a Mockingbird, Pan edn (1974).
de la Mare, W. (1977) Collected stories for children, Puffin.

m
Montgomery, L.M. Anne of Green Gables, Puffin edn (1977).

r
Reading On. Red Book One. Oliver and Boyd 1958, 11th impression 1975.

s
Schools Council (1981) Education for a multiracial society: Curriculum and context 5-13, Longmans Resources Unit.
Sivanandan, A. (1982) A different hunger, Pluto Press.

t
Taylor, T. (1973) The Cay, Puffin.

w
Worrall, M. (1978) ‘Multiracial Britain and the Third World: tensions and approaches in the classroom New Era, vol. 59, no. 2.

Chapter 2

a
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Adams, C. (1982) Ordinary lives; a hundred years ago, Virago.

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