Welcome! This guide is a starting place for information and resources about graphic novels in Archer Library's juvenile collection. Our collection includes graphic novels for younger readers and young adults, with both fiction and non-fiction titles. Juvenile books are located on the 2nd floor, directly outside of the Instructional Resource Center.
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The library's juvenile (or children's) collection is located on the second floor. This collection is cataloged and shelved using Library of Congress subject headings; it encompasses board books, picture books, and juvenile through young adult literature, fiction and non-fiction titles.
New books are added to the juvenile collection throughout the academic year. Visit the new book area on 2nd floor to explore recently added titles. Keep up to date with additions to the juvenile and IRC collections via the Instructional Resource Center News & Information Blog.
If you have questions about any of the resources presented in this guide, or need help locating titles presented, stop in the IRC, Archer Library second floor, for help.
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