Bookbird 2 / 2021

EDITORIAL

Images of Home and Family Reflected in Children’s Literature
by Janelle Mathis and Petros Panaou I 1

FEATURED ARTICLES

Representations of Food Insecurity in Contemporary Picturebooks
by Maria V. Acevedo-Aquino I 5

With “Open Arms and Generous Heart”: Representations of Refugees in Current Radical Israeli Literature for Children and Young Adults by Tamar Verete-Zehavi
by Smadar Falk-Peretz I 15

Blood Doesn’t Define Evotypical Families: Eleanor Spence’s Stories of Informal and Formal Foster Care in Australia
by Dee Michell I 27

Bodies and Voices in Chilean Children’s Literature: Fifty Years of Silencing Childhood (1920-1970)
by Isabel Ibaceta I 40

The Winner Takes It All? The Impact of Awards on the Internationalization of the Portuguese Children’s Publisher Planeta Tangerina
by Inês Costa | 55

AUTHORS/ILLUSTRATORS AND THEIR BOOKS

In Conversation with Beverley Naidoo: On Crossing Boundaries through Reading and Writing
by Julia Hope | 67

Interview with David Henry Wilson
by Riky Stock | 79

CHILDREN AND THEIR BOOKS

Stories Blossom: Boundaries Can Blur between Literature and English Teaching and Learning in English as a Foreign Language
by Eun Young Yeom | 84

Virtual Travel Experiences: What Do Iranian Children Learn through Reading Travel Literature?
by Somayeh Sadat Hashemi and Narges Babaei | 89

LETTERS

Peaceful Piggy’s Paratext: Meditation for Children and Cross-Cultural Translation
by Natasha Heller | 92

Bookbird: A Flight through Time
by Valerie Coghlan and Evelyn B. Freeman | 96

FOCUS IBBY 
by Liz Page | 97

BOOKS ON BOOKS
edited by Jutta Reusch – International Youth Library | 102

POSTCARDS
edited by Barbara Lehman | ii, 4, 101, & 106