Volume 5 | Issue 2 | Nov 2017

Contents & Editorial

In the editorial, Intercultural Learning and Critical Literacy – There is No Single Story, Janice Bland and Sandie Mourão consider how the local becomes ever more diverse and the global becomes ever more local, and the role of language learning in supporting our ability to change perspective becomes ever more urgent. read more

Article 2 – Intercultural Understanding

Olja Milosevic presents a small case study on the developing of intercultural understanding amongst advanced EFL students in a high school in Serbia as a result of studying The Tiger’s Wife by Tea Obreht. read more

Book Review

Nayr Ibrahim reviews Children’s Literature in Multilingual Classrooms: From Multiliteracy to Multimodality (Christine Hélot, Raymonde Sneddon and Nicola Daly (Eds), 2014). read more

Recommended Venue

Christiane Lütge introduces The International Library of Children’s Literature, Tokyo and The Centre for International Children’s Literature, Osaka Prefectural Library, Osaka. read more

Recommended Reads

Keats, Ezra Jack (1974). Dreams.
Wild, Margaret & Brooks, Ron (2000). Fox.
Sendak, Maurice (1962). Chicken Soup with Rice.
Riddell, Chris (2017). Goth Girl and the Sinister Symphony. read more