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Welcome to Children's and Young Adult Literature Research!

This subject contains information about researching children's and young adult literature by using databases, books, journals, and the internet. 

In order to support the various degrees in Education offered at Texas A&M University - Central Texas, the library has a growing library collection of children's and young adult books.  These books are selected from Texas Library Association lists of notable books, from nationally recognized book awards of the American Library Association, and from other sources.

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