- Abraham Lincoln
- Aesop's Fables
- Alphabet Books
- Benjamin Franklin
- Brown vs. Board of Education
- Classics of Children's Literature
- Comprehensive Authors
- Counting Books
- Dr. Seuss Books
Lists biographies, fiction and non-fiction books about Abraham Lincoln.
Highlights the library's collection of Aesop's Fables and books about Aesop and his stories.
Book which help children learn the alphabet.
All the Benjamin Franklin biographies in the S-Collection. Contains biographies from the mid-1800s to the present.
Nonfiction and fiction books about the landmark United States Supreme Court case.
Titles originally published prior to 1932 and republished from 1976 to 1978. Each titlecontains a short preface, a bibliography of the author's other works for children, and selected references
List of authors and illustrators whose works are collected comprehensively by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Books which help children learn how to count.
Books by and about Dr. Seuss.
- Early English Children's Books
- Fantasy, Myths, & Fairy Tales
- Foreign Language & Bilingual Children's Books
- Graphic Novels
- Native American Children's Literature
- Pop-Up Books
- Predictable Story Books
- Wordless Picture Books
Books originally published prior to 1911 and in 1981 by the Japanese publisher, Holp Shuppan. The represent each printing and literary stage in the development of illustrated early English books for children
Links to multiple lists of fantasy books including anthropomorphic, classics, dragons, and myths.
Search strategies for finding bibliographies of foreign language and bilingual books.
Includes strategies for locating and learning about graphic novels, as well as a select bibliography of graphic novel titles organized by age appropriateness.
Websites and print resources with information about and lists of Native American children's literature.
Includes pop-up books, three dimensional books, and books that contain sliding pictures.
Predictable stories allow children to guess what is coming next.
Picture books in the S-Collection with no words.