The Unreal in Literature for Children and Young Adults (PAMLA November 2013)
Alternate realities create a challenge, a puzzle, a beacon, perhaps a threat to young readers' sense of the real. Explorations of such literature, whether " science fiction" or not, are invited. Imagined realities might include time/space travel, non-human sentient beings, futuristic/post-apocalyptic city-scapes, alternate social structures or histories, encountering/becoming the Other. …
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