EDCI 312 Library Guide
Welcome! This guide supports your exploration of children's and young adult literature, focusing on selected genres and Archer Library's juvenile collection, for Professor Miller's Adolescent Literature course.
Here you will find information used during your library instruction session and additional Archer Library resources.
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“A collection of texts that are related by audience and purpose as well as by form and subject matter” (Knickerbocker, Brueggeman, & Rycik, 2012, p. 98).
"Term of French origin used to differentiate types or categories of literary works" (Latrobe, Brodie, & White, 2002, p. 82).
"A category of artistic, musical, or literary composition characterized by a particular style, form, or content" (Merriam-Webster, 2021).
"A genre is a category of composition that has such defining characteristics as type of characters, setting, action, and overall form or structure" (Galda, Liang, Cullinan, 2017, p.12).