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Juvenile Collection

Learn more about Mason Libraries' books for Juvenile audiences

Juvenile Literature

Find Juvenile Literature via the Library Catalog

The Juvenile Collection is located on the first floor of the Fenwick Library in the 1600 wing.  Books are added to this collection via a book approval plan for award winning juvenile literature and through faculty requests.  The plan includes Newberry and Caldecott Medal winners, multi-cultural awards such as Coretta Scott King and Tomoas Rivera awards as well as international awards such as Aurealis, Bisto, Kate Greenway, and Costa Awards.

To limit a search of the Library Catalog to only those resources available in the Juvenile Collection, follow these instructions:

  1. Go to Library's home page:
  2. Click on Advanced Search immediately below the line in the search box
  3. Enter your search. For example in the first field put juvenile literature
  4. Limit material type to books
  5. When the results return on the left side of the screen, under location select
  6. Under Location click on Fenwick Juvenile Literature

You may also want to look at the Curriculum Collection

The library's curriculum collection is located on the 1st floor of the Fenwick Library in the old B wing. The collection is a public review site for Virginia Department of Education's textbooks and instructional materials adopted for use in Virginia K-12 schools.

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Still can't find the item? Use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request books, media and articles from other libraries when they are not available at Mason or the WRLC. Start your research early if you want to take advantage of this wonderful service as it can take up to 2 weeks.

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