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Children's & Young Adult Literature

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

Historical fiction ---- Young adults--Books and reading

Historical fiction
Historical fiction, American
Historical fiction, American--History and criticism
Historical fiction, English
Historical fiction--Authorship
Historical fiction--Bibliography
Historical fiction--History and criticism
Humorous fiction
Humorous stories
Illegitimate children in literature
Illustrated children's books
Illustrated children's books--Awards
Illustrated children's books--Bibliography
Illustrated children's books--Exhibitions
Illustrated children's books--Japan
Individualized reading instruction
Instructional materials centers
Instructional materials centers--Acquisitions
Instructional materials centers--Book selection
Instructional materials centers--Collection development
Instructional materials centers--Public relations
Instructional materials centers--Services to people with disabilities
Instructional materials centers--United States
Instructional materials centers--User education
Internet in children's libraries
Interpersonal conflict--Juvenile literature
Jewish children in literature
Jewish children in the Holocaust--Netherlands--Amsterdam--Biography--Juvenile literature
Jewish Children's stories
Juvenile literature
Limericks, Juvenile
Motion pictures and comic books
Newbery Medal
Novels in verse
Picture books
Picture books for children
Picture books for children--Awards
Picture books for children--Awards--United States
Picture books for children--Bibliography
Picture books for children--Educational aspects
Picture books for children--Japan
Picture books for children--Psychological aspects
Picture dictionaries
Picture dictionaries, English--Juvenile literature
Picture dictionaries, Spanish--Juvenile literature
Picture dictionaries--Juvenile literature
Plot-your-own stories
Problem solving in children--Juvenile literature
Prohibited books
Prohibited books--Bibliography
Readers (Adult)
Readers (Elementary)
Readers (Primary)
Readers (Primary)--Early works to 1800
Readers (Publications)
Readers (Secondary)
Readers' advisory services
Reading (Primary)
Reading (Primary)--Ability testing
Reading (Primary)--Language experience
Reading comprehension
Reading comprehension--Ability testing
Reading comprehension--Evaluation
Reading comprehension--Handbooks, manuals, etc
Reading comprehension--Juvenile literature
Reading comprehension--Problems, exercises, etc.
Reading comprehension--Study and teaching
Reading disability
Reading instruction
Reading--Computer-assisted instruction
Reading--Direct instruction approach
Reading--Parent participation
Riddles, Juvenile
School children in literature
Second-born children in literature
Self-esteem in children--Juvenile literature
Selling--Children's books
Senses and sensation--Juvenile literature
Sharing--Juvenile literature
Social interaction--Juvenile literature
Social skills--Juvenile literature
Spanish language--Dictionaries, Juvenile--English
Stories in rhyme
Stories in rhyme, English
Stories in rhyme, Hebrew
Stories in rhyme, Irish (English)
Stories without words
Street children in literature
Subject headings--Children's literature
Vocabulary--Juvenile literature
Wit and humor, Juvenile
Young adult fiction
Young adult literature
Young adults--Books and reading

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