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The Important Books: Children's Picture Books as Art and Literature

@inproceedings{Stanton2005TheIB,
  title={The Important Books: Children's Picture Books as Art and Literature},
  author={Joseph Stanton},
  year={2005}
}
Part 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 1. Introduction Chapter 3 2. "Goodnight Nobody": Comfort and the Vast Dark in the Picture-Poems of Margaret Wise Brown and Her Collaborators Chapter 4 3. Straight Man and Clown in the Picture Books of Arnold Lobel Chapter 5 4. The Cycle of the Seasons in Hall and Cooney's Ox-Cart Man Chapter 6 5. The New York City Picture Books of Maurice Sendak Chapter 7 6. Dashing Heroes and Eccentric Families in William Joyce's Picture Sagas of Our Common Culture Chapter 8 7… 
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