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    Kerry Mallan
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    Primary English Teaching Association (1991)
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    88 pages
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Children as Storytellers book. This book is about children and storytelling.

Children as storytellers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Primary English Teaching Association, 1991. Picturing the male: Representations of masculinity in picture books. Ways of being male: Representing masculinities in children's literature an. 2002. A Spink, S Danby, K Mallan, C Butler. Journal of documentation 66 (2), 191-206, 2010.

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that arise in Kerry Mallan’s Secrets, Lies and Children’s Fiction that. feminist and queer philosophers, including Butler and Halberstam. Throughout the book, Mallan forwards the compelling argument. stems from the ethical paradoxes that we face when opting for telling. the truth, or lies, in various situations in our lives. that the aim for survival is the main motivator for departing, one. way or another, from the moral guideline of always sticking to the.

Performing bodies : narrative, representation, and children's storytelling. Children appear to know the importance of storytelling as if by instinct. From a very early age their play takes the form of story; sometimes they term their story play "pretend.

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KERRY MALLAN is Professor in Education at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Her most recent book is Gender Dilemmas in Children's Fiction (2009). CLARE BRADFORD is Professor of Literature at Deakin University, Australia. Her 2001 book, Reading Race, won both the ChLA Book Award and the IRSCL Award.

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