Table of contents for Brown gold : milestones of African American children's picture books, 1845-2002 / by Michelle H. Martin.


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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements										
Introduction											i
Chapter 1 	"Hey, Who's the Kid with the Green Umbrella?" 			1
a Re-evaluation of Little Black Sambo and the 
Black-a-moor 
Chapter 2	From Ten Little Niggers to Afro-Bets: Images of 			22
		Blackness in Picture Books for Young Readers, 
		1870s to 2000s
Chapter 3	The Influence of the Black Arts Movement on African 			83
American Children's Picture Books
Chapter 4	Pushing the Boundaries: The Coretta Scott King 			98
		Award Picture Books
Chapter 5	From Margin to Center: African American Artistic 			127
Legacies Shaping the Genre						
Chapter 6	Historical America through the Eyes of the Black Child			165
Chapter 7	"Just Build Me a Cabin the Corner of Glory Land": Depictions 	190
of Heaven in African American Children's Picture Books
Chapter 8	"Ain't I Fine?": Black Modes of Discourse in Contemporary 		208
African American Children's Picture Books 
Chapter 9	"Why Are We Reading This Stuff?": A Pedagogy of Teaching		228
African American Children's Picture Books		
Notes												255
Bibliography											282
Index												301
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: American literature African American authors History and criticism, American literature African American authors Bibliography, Children's literature, American History and criticism, Children's literature, American Bibliography, Picture books for children United States Bibliography, Picture books for children United States, African Americans in literature, African Americans in art