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Hans Christian Andersen Award Winners
Special Collections (Deering Library 3rd floor) owns a non-circulating collection of many of the Hans Christian Andersen award winners (from the International Board on Books for Young People featuring authors from around the world). Search NUsearch for the phrase "Hans Christian Andersen Award" for a list of the titles Northwestern owns.
Book about Children's Books on Difficult Topics
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Call Number: Curriculum - 5 North Z1033.P52 S78 2013
Publication Date: 2013-07-01
A reading specialist, an outreach librarian, and a children’s librarian combine their expertise in this guide for parents that brings reading, early literacy, child development issues, and picture books together. Advising parents who are wondering how to talk to their young child about difficult topics such as death, loneliness, or fear, this authoritative collection of appropriate picture books makes broaching the subject easier.
Picture Books at NU Libraries
NUsearch is the main search tool for finding books in the Northwestern University Library.
Northwestern library contains a collection of children's picture books that you may check out in the Curriculum Collection, main library, 5th floor north tower. To find the call number for a book use NUsearch. You may search by author, title or subject using Advanced Search. The subject tags for children's book are either juvenile literature or juvenile fiction.
This search will retrieve books about immigrants or immigration, taking advantage of the "wildcard" symbol *
English & Digital Humanities Librarian