Answered By: Mary Fairbairn
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2020     Views: 0

Juvenile Books can be found in the room with the Curriculum Collection, adjacent to the atrium on the ground floor. Please see the space to the right of the atrium on this map.

 

You can search for books in the Juvenile Collection in a couple of ways. One is to search by Library of Congress Juvenile Subject Heading. To get to this from the library's home page, click ADVANCED SEARCH in the CATALOG box under SEARCH ANYTHING:

Screenshot: link to advanced search of library catalog

Then click the SUBJECT tab at the top and select JUVENILE SUBJECT HEADING.

 

The other method is to do a keyword search limited to the Juvenile Collection. To do this, click ADVANCED SEARCH in the CATALOG box under SEARCH ANYTHING, then enter your keywords. Once you have those in place, scroll down to the COLLECTION limiter box and select JUVENILE COLLECTION. Then click the SEARCH BUTTON.

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