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Children's & Young Adult Literature

Guide for library and Internet research resources about children's and young adult literature.

Children's literature, African ---- Children's literature, Yiddish

Children's literature, African
Children's literature, African (English)
Children's literature, American
Children's literature, American--Awards
Children's literature, American--Awards--History
Children's literature, American--Bibliography
Children's literature, American--History and criticism
Children's literature, Arabic
Children's literature, Argentine
Children's literature, Australian
Children's literature, Austrian
Children's literature, Authorship
Children's literature, Authorship--Juvenile literature
Children's literature, Bolivian
Children's literature, Brazilian
Children's literature, Brazilian--History and criticism
Children's literature, Canadian
Children's literature, Caribbean
Children's literature, Caribbean (Spanish)
Children's literature, Catalan
Children's literature, Central American
Children's literature, Chilean
Children's literature, Chinese
Children's literature, Chinese--History and criticism
Children's literature, Colombian
Children's literature, Commonwealth (English)
Children's literature, Commonwealth (English)--Awards
Children's literature, Commonwealth (English)--Awards--History
Children's literature, Cuban
Children's literature, Dutch
Children's literature, Ecuadorian
Children's literature, English
Children's literature, English--Appreciation
Children's literature, English--Appreciation--United States
Children's literature, English--Awards
Children's literature, English--Awards--History
Children's literature, English--Bio-bibliography--Dictionaries
Children's literature, English--History and criticism
Children's literature, Estonian
Children's literature, European
Children's literature, French
Children's literature, French--Bibliography
Children's literature, French--History and criticism
Children's literature, French-Canadian
Children's literature, German
Children's literature, German--Bibliography
Children's literature, German--History and criticism
Children's literature, Guatemalan
Children's literature, Hebrew
Children's literature, Hebrew--History and criticism
Children's literature, Indic
Children's literature, Indic (English)
Children's literature, Indonesian
Children's literature, Irish
Children's literature, Israeli
Children's literature, Italian
Children's literature, Japanese
Children's literature, Japanese--Bibliography--Catalogs
Children's literature, Japanese--History and criticism
Children's literature, Korean
Children's literature, Korean--History and criticism
Children's literature, Lao
Children's literature, Latin American
Children's literature, Malay
Children's literature, Medieval
Children's literature, Mexican
Children's literature, New Zealand
Children's literature, Nicaraguan
Children's literature, Norwegian
Children's literature, Peruvian
Children's literature, Polish
Children's literature, Portuguese
Children's literature, Puerto Rican
Children's literature, Russian
Children's literature, Russian--History and criticism
Children's literature, Slovenian
Children's literature, South African
Children's literature, South African (English)
Children's literature, Soviet
Children's literature, Spanish
Children's literature, Spanish--Bibliography
Children's literature, Spanish American
Children's literature, Swedish
Children's literature, Swedish--History and criticism
Children's literature, Swiss
Children's literature, Swiss (French)
Children's literature, Thai
Children's literature, Urdu
Children's literature, Uruguayan
Children's literature, Venezuelan
Children's literature, Yiddish
Children's literature, Yiddish--Periodicals

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