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J. Alison Bryant (editor). The Children's Television Community. Routledge. 2007. 304pp.

David Buckingham; Hannah Davies; Ken Jones; Peter Kelley. Children's Television in Britain: History, Discourse and Policy. British Film Institute. 1999. 200pp.

Timothy Burke; Kevin Burke. Saturday Morning Fever: Growing Up with Cartoon Culture. Macmillan. 1999. 247pp.

Hal Erickson. Sid and Marty Krofft: A Critical Study of Saturday Morning Children's Television, 1969-1993. McFarland. 1998. 293pp.

Shalom M. Fisch. Children's Learning from Educational Television: Sesame Street and Beyond. Routledge. 2004. 267pp.

Jerome Johnston; James S. Ettema. Positive Images: Breaking Stereotypes With Children's Television. Sage Publications. 1982. 263pp.

Carmen Luke. Constructing the Child Viewer: A History of the American Discourse on Television and Children, 1950-1980. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1990. 331pp.

William H. Melody. Children's Television: The Economics of Exploitation. Yale University Press. 1973. 164pp.

Robert W. Morrow. Sesame Street and the Reform of Children's Television. JHU Press. 2006. 226pp.

Edward L. Palmer. Television and America's Children: A Crisis of Neglect. Oxford University Press. 1988. 194pp.

F. B. Rainsberry. A History of Children's Television in English Canada, 1952-1986. Scarecrow Press. 1988. 308pp.

Cy Schneider. Children's Television: The Art, the Business, and How It Works. Lincolnwood, IL: NTC Business Books. 1987. 228pp.

Joseph Turow. Entertainment, Education, and the Hard Sell: Three Decades of Network Children's Television. Praeger. 1981. 153pp.

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