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Children's Literature

Researching Children's Literature
Want to find commentary and criticism about the history of children's literature, issues involving children's literature as well as an author or illustrator? Searching Find It@UofSC Libraries in the Articles, books and more scope is a good place to begin.  Other top choices:

 

Search all three at the same time if you want.  Get into one, click the Choose Databases link and select additional databases.

There could be more options.  Researching an illustrator?  Check the art databases.  Could a historian written about childrens books?  What are the history databases?  Want to learn more about how teachers use children's literature using the education databases?  Explore your options from the library's list of databases.

Using Children's Literature
Find inspiration for developing your own activities from what others have done.