Specific disabilities, such as autism, deaf children, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, blindness, wheelchairs, sign language, and dyslexia may be located with catalog searches utilizing subject heading 'topic name' - juvenile fiction or 'topic name'- juvenile literature.
June 30, 2005
June 28, 2005
- Buddy does Seattle
PN6727.B32 B83 2005
- Muzzlers, guzzlers, & good yeggs
PN6727.C65 M8 2005
- DC : the new frontier. Vol. one
PN6728.D38 N49 2004
- Marvel 1602
PN6737.G3 M37 2004
- Image ComicsFlight. Volume 1
PN6720 .F55 2004
PN6727.K75 C65 2004
- Birth of a nation: a comic novel
PN6727.M384 B57 2004
PN6728.W3 M66 1987c
PN6727.O74 W3 2004
- Graphic classics: Edgar Allan Poe
PS2603 .P66 2004
PN6727.S546 B66 2004
PN6747.S245 E42 2005
- Persepolis 2 : the story of a return
PN6747.S245 P4913 2004
- In the shadow of no towers
PN6727.S6 I5 2004
- Bram Stoker
PR6037.T617 A6 2003
- The golem's mighty swing
PN6727.S78 G6 2003
These novels will initially be located on the new book shelf, library main floor, near the reference collection.
The following graphic novels have been added to the AU Library Juvenile collection. Follow the links to determine availability:
- The silk tapestry and other Chinese folktales
PN6727.A87 S56 2004
- Kurt Busiek's Astro city: family album
PN6727.B87 A88 1988
- Shockrockets: we have ignition
PN6727.B87 S56 2004
- Spyboy. Final exam
PN6728.S692 F5 2005
- The wolves in the walls
PZ7.G1273 Wo 2003
- Vögelein: clockwork faerie
PN6727.I76 V6 2003
- Mad about comic strips
PN6728.M33 M33 2003
- William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
PR2831 .A25 2005
- William Shakespeare's Macbeth
PR2823 .A25 2005
- Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: the graphic novel
PN6727.R443 M37 2005
- Owly : the way home & the bittersweet summer
PN6727.R86 O9 2004
- The lab : hey-- test this!!!
PZ7.S26 La 2004
- The complete Peanuts: 1955 to 1956
PN6728.P4 C67 2004
- The adventures of Marco Polo
G370.P9 S64 2005
- Hernán Cortés : the life of a Spanish conquistador
F1230.C385 W47 2005
Interested in learning more about the genre of graphic novels?
- "Using Graphic Novels to attract reluctant readers"
Phillip Crawford, Library Media Connection, February 2004
- "Comic books and graphic novels: Digital resources for an evolving form of art and literature"
Leslie bussert, C & RL News, February 2005
- "Making the case for graphic novels: Why kids like them and why librarians should care"
Michael R. Lavin, Graphic Novels, BroDart
- Comic Books for Young Adults
Michael R. Lavin, Lockwood Memorial Library, University @ Buffalo
June 27, 2005
- Multicultural social studies: using local history in the classroom
H62.5.U5 D16 2005
New books are initially shelved in the 'new book' display bookshelf on the main floor near the reference area.
The following book kits, each containing six soft copies and one hard back of the title, were added to the collection. A complete numerical listing of book kits may be identified in the catalog by title or using other call number and entering the word 'bookkit.'
- Bookkit 065: Three samurai cats
- Bookkit 066: I spy
- Bookkit 067: Click, click
- Bookkit 068: Sing-song Sid
- Bookkit 069: Dave and Jane's band
- Bookkit 070: Out to Gumball Pond
- Bookkit 071: Kat and Dog at the circus
Most book kits include a label on the folder indicating suggested reading levels by grade level, stage, F & P (Fountas and Pinnell), and DRA (Directed Reading Assessment). An explanation of book bag levels is included within the folder.
June 15, 2005
June 10, 2005
- Curriculum Textbooks
- Activity Books
- Materials Kits
- Audio Books
- Educational Software
- Posters and Maps
- Book Kits
- Library of Congress "L"
- General Education Purchases
Book lists from the 2004-2005 Academic year will be posted on the IRC web site as soon as they are available. Additionally, previous years will continue to be archived.