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Children's Literature: Home
Resources for Children's Literature.
ENGL 208 Course Readings
The following titles are available as e-books through the LCC library.
If you can't find a work of fiction in LCC's collection, try searching area libraries listed below. If you live outside of the Lansing area, check with your local public library. Many libraries allow you to apply for a library card online and access e-books and e-audiobooks from a computer or mobile device.
Contains information on over 260,000 fiction and readable nonfiction titles. Features lists of award-winning books, book discussion guides, Read-a-Like recommendations, and complete series information. Includes reader ratings and reviews. Create your own reading wish list. Access Tip: Also available at mel.org
Provides indexing and abstracts for 280 of the most popular teacher and administrator journals and magazines to assist professional educators. Full-text linking options are available within the LCC research databases.
Largest education database with journal articles and reports in education from the Educational Resources Information Center. Also contains grey literature, such as reports from conferences and meetings - sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.
Includes peer-reviewed, full-text articles from scholarly journals and reference sources. Extensive coverage of the sciences, including psychology.
Think about the main idea of your topic and select keywords. There are many different terms describing similar ideas and concepts. Some databases have three search boxes. Select one keyword for each search box. Using more keywords will narrow your search results. For example:
Large collection of reference books featuring titles for both adults and children. Covers a wide variety of topics from self-help and fitness to cooking and personal finance. Access Tip: Also available at mel.org