Bill Martin Jr. Picture Book AwardThe Boston Globe-Horn Book AwardsCaldecott MedalCoretta Scott King Book AwardsLaura Ingalls Wilder MedalMichael L. Printz Award (young adult)Newbery MedalOrbis Pictus Award (non-fiction)Pura Belpré AwardRobert F. Sibert MedalTheodor Seuss Geisel AwardWilliam Allen White Children's Book Award
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  • Books - tips for searching and finding books through the library catalog 

  • Book Reviews/Databases - publications with children's book reviews, databases for finding criticism, and research about children's literature

  • Censorship - groups that oppose censorship with regards to children's literature



Juvenile Literature Collection at Hale Library

The Juvenile Literature collection contains children's and young adult books, both fiction and non-fiction. The collection has a large number of American Library Association winners, such as the Caldecott and Newbery Medal winners and honor books, and more local awards, such as the Bill Martin Jr. Picture Book Award and William Allen White Children's Book Award.


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