These books are part of the main juvenile circulating collection; each title is linked to the Ashland University library catalog record for more information. Call numbers presented below each title will help locate books on the second floor of Ashland University library. Directional signs are located at the end of each row (stack), be sure to stop in the IRC if you need help finding a book!
The following articles are available using Ashland University Library’s database collection; links will direct you to the article presented.
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Search AU Library and OhioLINK databases for additional author and illustrator information as well as access to book reviews in Booklist, Book Links, Horn Book Magazine, School Library Journal, and Publishers Weekly using Academic Search Complete, Education Research Complete, Literature Resource Center, and Education Full Text.
Gerstein, M. (1999). Who the Wild Things Are: The Feral Child in Fiction. Horn Book Magazine, 75(6), 721-726. Retrieved from EBBSCOhost.
Gerstein, M. (2004). The Importance of Wonder. Children & Libraries: The Journal Of The Association For Library Service To Children, 2(2), 11-13. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Giorgis, C., & Johnson, N. J. (2005). Talking with Mordicai Gerstein. Book Links, 14(6), 50-53. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Gordon, E. (2004). Mordicai Gerstein. Horn Book Magazine, 80(4), 411-414. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Lodge, S. (2005). Building on Childhood Memories. Publishers Weekly, 252(16), 63. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Silvey, A. (2004). Sitting on Top Of the World. School Library Journal, 50(5), 54-57. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Stander, B. (1998). 1969 Truffaut film inspires two new children's books. Publishers Weekly, 245(37), 27. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Book Kits are located adjacent to the Caldecott and Newbery award books in the juvenile stacks. Book Kits are presented in red folders and shelved numerically. Be sure to ask in the IRC for help finding a big book.