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  1. Authors & Artists For Young Adults (Authors and Artists for Young Adults)
  2. A Library for Juana: The World of Sor Juana Ines (Americas Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature. Commended (Awards)) by Pat Mora, 2002-11-12
  3. Contemporary Spanish-Speaking Writers and Illustrators for Children and Young Adults: A Biographical Dictionary
  4. Authors & Artists for Young Adults (Authors and Artists for Young Adults)
  5. Young Adult Authors Series - Presenting Madeleine L'Engle (Young Adult Authors Series) by Hettinga, 1993-05-14
  6. Young Adult Authors Series - Presenting Paula Danziger (Young Adult Authors Series) by Krull, 1995-06-21
  7. Presenting Ouida Sebestyen (Twayne's Young Adult Authors) by Virginia R. Monseau, 1995-01-08
  8. Authors & Artists for Young Adults (Authors and Artists for Young Adults)
  9. Authors & Artists for Young Adults (Authors and Artists for Young Adults)
  10. Multicolored Mirror: Cultural Substance in Literature for Children and Young Adults
  11. Young Adult Authors Series - Presenting Laurence Yep (Young Adult Authors Series) by Johnson Feeling, 1995-09-26
  12. Presenting Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (Young Adult Authors Series) by Stover, 1997-03-14
  13. Young Adult Authors Series - Presenting Young Adult Science Fiction (Young Adult Authors Series) by Reid, 1998-11-12
  14. Authors & Artists for Young Adults (Authors and Artists for Young Adults)

41. Children's And Young Adult Literature
resources related to books for children and young Adults. abstracts of over 4000children s picture books Recipients are authors and illustrators of African
Children's and Young Adult Literature
See also:
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  • Caldecott Medal Home Page
    • "The Caldecott Medal was named in honor of nineteenth-century English illustrator Randolph Caldecott. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children." This site provides information about the current medal winner, honor books, previous winners, and other information about the award.
    • Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site
      • "This is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics."
      • The Children's Literature Web Guide
        • "The Children's Literature Web Guide is an attempt to gather together and categorize the growing number of Internet resources related to books for Children and Young Adults. Much of the information that you can find through these pages is provided by others: fans, schools, libraries, and commercial enterprises involved in the book world."
        • Children's Picture Book Database
          • "Welcome to our academic website which gives teachers, librarians, parents, and students a place for designing literature-based thematic units for all subjects. Our site offers you:

42. Browse By Subject Title List -- Greenwood Publishing Group
Teen Genreflecting. The 100 Most Popular young adult authors. The children sSong Index, 19781993. The Harlem Renaissance. The Internet|s**@**

43. The Book Forum - Favorite Young Adult Authors
New Teen young adult Forum, Darren Lewis, children s Fiction, 1, 7th December2002 0823 AM. authors Hoping To Cure Cancer To Appear On Jane PrinceJones Show,

44. Childlit
Index to Internet Sites children s and young adult s authors andIllustrators http//

45. Children's Literature
Boston Globe Horn Book Award - Annual award for authors and ill ustrators ofoutstanding children’s and young adult books in these three categories
Comprehensive sites Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site - This is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics. Children's Book Council - The Children's Book Council (CBC) is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to encouraging literacy and the use and enjoyment of children's books since 1945. The CBC sponsors Young People's Poetry Week and National Children's Book Week each year. Site contains articles, links to author sites, and announcements of new books published. Children's Literature Web Guide - Among the many sites available through this directory are author sites, discussion boards, award sites, publishers' sites, and links to teacher resources. Fairrosa Cyber Library - Links the user to booklists, discussions of children's literature, publisher/bookseller information and more even more sites about children's literature.

46. Young Adult Resources In The OLIS Library
TO LITERATURE FOR children AND young adultS by Altha Helbig and Agnes Perkins. Greenwood,1997. THE 100 MOST POPULAR young adult authors BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES



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YA Librarians
Resources for Young Adult Librarians in the OLIS Library
Collection Development Journals

47. Fogler Library: In-House Research Guide: Young Adult Literature
v.22,42,52,61 Notable Maine children s authors and Illustrators. Latest issue 2001)Characters in young adult Literature Z 1037 A1 G47 1997 children s Books and
Young Adult Literature
Call numbers beginning with LMCRef indicate items located in the Learning Materials Center. SUBJECT GUIDES
These resources are helpful for locating children's literature by subject, genre, age appropriateness, and/or authors. Biographical, book review, and other sources are listed below the subject guides. GENERAL/COMPREHENSIVE
Best Books for Junior High Readers. LMCRef Z 1037 B546 1991
Best Books for Senior High Readers. LMCRef PN 1008.4 G55 1991
Best Books for Young Adults. LMCRef Z1037 .C34 2000
Middle and Junior High School Library Catalog. LMCRef Z 1037 W765 2002
Senior High School Library Catalog. LMCRef Z 1037 W77 2001
The Young Adult Reader's Adviser. LMCRef PN 1009 A1 Y67 1992 CULTURALLY DIVERSE LITERATURE
Many Peoples, One Land. LMCRef PS 173.E8 H44 2001
Our Family, Our Friends, Our World. LMCRef PN 1009 A1 M55 1992
This Land is Our Land: A Guide to Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults. LMCRef Z 1037 H48 1994 HISTORY American Historical Fiction for Adults and Young Adults. LMCRef Z1231 F4D47 1999

48. Kent State University - LMS - Children's Literature
brief abstracts to journal articles focusing on a variety of topics related to children sand young adult literature, including authors, awards, bibliographies
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Children's and Young Adult Literature
Primary Source Materials - Juvenile Collection - 9th floor
The children's and young adult books are shelved according to Library of Congress call numbers in a separate collection on the ninth floor of the library at the far end of the stacks to the left of the stairwell exit. The location "Juv Coll" above or beside the call number indicates books shelved in the Juvenile Collection.
Secondary Source Materials
Secondary source materials written about children's and young adult literature are found in books and articles addressed to teachers, students, librarians, and parents. These materials can be located by using KentLINK and OhioLINK , periodical indexes, and other bibliographic sources listed in this guide.
The library's online catalog, KentLINK , enables users to locate materials by author, title, word and subject. A word search is more comprehensive than a subject search because it searches the title, subject, and note fields. Try a word search for poetry and short story titles that might be in collected works. Examples are:

49. WSU Stewart Library - Research Guide: Young Adult Literature
young adult Literature; children s and young adults authors Illustrators;Electronic Resources on Diversity; Internet Public Library
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Finding Books
Using Catalogs: Use the WSU online catalog to find location and availability of books and other media in Stewart Library. Young People's Collection: Most of the young adult literature is located on the lower level, North side in the Young People's Collection and in the Curriculum Library . The Young People's Collection is organized by the Dewey Decimal Classification System. This is the same system used in most school and public libraries. Books can also be found in the Stewart Library General Collection under Library of Congress Classification call numbers beginning with LB for education, and PN for children's literature and in Z for bibliography. Subject Searching: Library of Congress Subject Headings for this topic include:
  • young adult literature young adult drama young adult fiction young adult poetry
From Bookstores: Order books online from Amazon Books Barnes and Noble or Yahoo Books Page . Also use Books in Print sources as needed.

50. Vandergrift's Special Interest Page
children's Literature. Author Site. History of children's Literature. David Wisniewski's Golem. young adult Literature. Linking Literature with Learning. A Scholarly Snow White. Gender and Culture in
Home Children's Literature Author Site History of Children's Literature ... Web Site Awards
This website is a means of sharing ideas and information with all those interested in literature for children and young adults.
"Women's history is the primary tool of women's emancipation." - Gerda Lerner
There has been an increase in more lengthy and more theoretically based critical analyses of works for children and young people, but too often this work is assumed to be esoteric, isolated from and unrelated to either children or the teaching of children's literature. Many who teach children's literature dismiss this work as being that of those who have little sense of the child for whom the literature was created and even less for the practical problems of bringing that child and the literature together. On the other hand, there has been a proliferation of books about children's literature that describe both literary works and activities with these books but have little relation to theory, research, or even the practical problem's of one's own teaching. We are interested in what our colleagues do, but we are more interested in

51. Children's Storybooks Online - Stories For Kids Of All Ages
Many wonderful free childrens books are available to read at children's Storybooks Online. Stories span age ranges from preschool, young children, teens, through young adult. Last updated 5/7/04 .
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Childrens Books Rare Books Teacher Resources Phonics ... Puzzles powered by Updated! BOOKS TO READ SOUNDS RIDDLES ... PRIVACY Free Storybooks to Read: Young Children Older Children Young Adult Books for Young Children: The Farm Animals by Rolando Merino - An illustrated story of animal sounds. Now a FREE ONLINE TALKING eBOOK! Wolstencroft The Bear by Karen Lewis Illustrated by Michael S. Weber by Aimee Bruneau - Illustrated by Taylour Damion - An illustrated story. Ollie's Jar by Carol Moore - An illustrated story with animation. Round Bird Can't Fly by Lea McAndrews - An illustrated story. Kitty Wants a Box by Carol Moore - A short illustrated story. Buzzy Bee by Carol Moore - A short illustrated story. See Buzzy Bee riddles maze and coloring book below. Buzzy Bee and Friends by Carol Moore - A short illustrated story.

52. Index To Children's Book Authors & Illustrators
illustrators of children s and young adults books. Index to InternetSites children s and young Adults authors Illustrators.
Index to Internet Sites:
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center's index to author and illustrator Internet sites. The ISLMC is a meta-site designed to foster easy access to curriculum related sites for teachers, school librarians, parents and students. Please visit the ISLMC Home Page . You can search the ISLMC, use an index or a sitemap
See Also:
for other authors indexed at this site.
Name Index
which includes some authors indexed at other sites
Print Bibliographies
Author Birthdays Author / Illustrator Appearances Author Interviews Online ...
Biographies and Autobiographies. Children's Authors and Illustrators (Print) From Suffolk Web
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Pegasos. Authors' Calendar Search by date or by author
Geebung State School. Authors' Birthdays

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators. Author Birthday List by Name

Literary Birthdays, by Month
From Waterboro Public Library;
links to other literary calendars
The Teacher's Corner. Calendars
MPR'S The Writer's Almanac This week's birthdays Literary Calendar Reference Portal Authors on the Web. Author Birthdays

53. The International Reading Association
Awards to new authors of exceptional literature for children or young adults in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and short stories. Information on the awards, winners lists, entry guidelines, and links to other Association awards and grants.

Return to Vandergrift s Author Page Return to Vandergrift s children s LiteraturePage Return to Vandergrift s young adult Literature Page To send mail to Kay E
Compiled by: Marilyn Fischer, Carol Levandowski, Carol Marlowe, and Barbara Snyder with Kay E. Vandergrift in the Young Adult Literature
Walter Dean Myers is a writer of children's and young adult literature. Walter Dean Myers was born in West Virginia in 1937 but spent most of his childhood and young adult life in Harlem. He was raised by foster parents and remembers a happy but tumultuous life while going through his own teen years. Suffering with a speech impediment, he cultivated a habit of writing poetry and short stories and acquired an early love of reading. In 1954 he quit high school and joined the army. He later held many positions with various agencies including the New York State Department of Labor, the post office, a rehabilitation center and a transformer company. All during this time, Mr. Myers was writing for various magazines and periodicals. The turning point in his career came when he won a contest run by the Council on Interracial Books for Children with his book Where Does a Day Go?

55. Young Adult Authors On The Web
History. African Am. Books. Science Projects. young adult authors on the Web.Jennifer Armstrong, Dean Hughes, Randy Powell. Avi, Jeanette Ingold, Susan Price.
Teen Pages Programs Summer Reading Program HCPS Summer Reading Lists Finding Jobs ... Teen Poetry Winners Young Adult Authors
on the Web Jennifer Armstrong Dean Hughes Randy Powell Avi ... Gary Paulsen More Author Websites: Pete Hautman Robert Newton Peck S.E. Hinton W. R. Philbrick ... Tamora Pierce

56. Literature For Children & Young Adults
online offers a selection of reviews for children and young adults, bibliographies(including editors annual choices), interviews with authors, and more.

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    ... Web Sites
    The sites below are suggested starting points for research on children's books. Just about every web site in this section includes links to other sources that might be useful.
    • Children's Book Council

      A resource for everyone interested in children's books, brought to you by a consortium of publishers. Features include book and author showcases, bibliographies, links to author web sites, criteria for choosing books for different ages, a directory of member publishers, plus resources for budding writers and artists.
    • Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site

      An extensive source of reviews indexed by title, author, type, grade level and curriculum area, with plenty of ideas on how to integrate literature into various classroom activities.
    • Children's Literature This web site seeks to help teachers, librarians, and parents make appropriate literary choices for children. In addition to reviews, the site includes themed book lists, a monthly "meet the authors and illustrators" feature, and materials and ideas for teachers.
    • Children's Literature Web Guide

57. Children's And Young Adult Literature Recommended Websites
helping you find information about a particular author or illustrator. Internet SchoolLibrary Media Center s General children and young adult Literature Site
The Curlytops at Silver Lake : or, On the water with Uncle Ben
by Howard R. Garvis ; illustrations by Julia Greene
Recommended Websites
ABC-Lit An Index to Children's Literature Scholarship
"ABC-Lit: An Index to Children's Literature Scholarship is designed for use by those interested in the theories and criticism used to analyze children's literature."
Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC)
The Children's division of the American Library Association intended for librarians, parents and children. Information relating to children's literature award winners is of special interest.
Best Books of the Year
Published by Children's Literature Web Guide this is a list of lists of those books considered to be the best children's literature published in a particular year. Lists are announced each year at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in January or February. Searchable by year and format.
Canadian Children's Illustrated Books in English
This site explores "the historical development of illustrated books for children in Canada, and provides a critical understanding of Canadian identity as presented in picturebooks."

58. Nonfiction Library Books For Children & Young Adults, Literary Criticism, Online
Middle School/High School/young adult Nonfiction Literacy Criticism College/University/adultNonfiction. Nonfiction Elementary School/children s Nonfiction
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59. Children's And Young Adults' Authors & Illustrators
TITLE children s young Adults authors Illustrators. authors InternetSchool Library Media Center. OTHER TITLES Index to Internet
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60. Scholastic Books For Children & Young Adults
Scholastic Books for children young Adults brings you news about the latest booksreleased each month, as well as information about authors and illustrators
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This summer Scholastic offers a rich mix of paperbacks for summer reading!
Getting the Girl by Markus Zusak
Green Angel by Alice Hoffman
Missing May by Cynthia Rylant Dragons of Deltora #1: Dragon's Nest by Emily Rodda "Do your students have a story to tell? Announcing Scholastic's First Person Fiction Essay Contest for grades 5–10. Entries will be judged by award-winning author, Edwidge Danticat. Deadline for entry is December 1, 2004. Find out more, and see the official rules. (PDF 369 KB) Be in the know Subscribe to Scholastic Book Update , our FREE monthly e-mail newsletter. Sally Prue Along with her fantasy debut, Cold Tom , launching in a paperback edition this month, her latest novel, The Devil's Toenail is now available.

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