Answered By: Janice Mutz
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2015     Views: 10

The Education Library offers print and online children/young adult collections. In the Education Library there are three collections with juvenile literature (Grades Kindergarten to 12) including Children Picture Books; fiction (young adult/teen) titles and a non-fiction collection. The Non-Fiction Collection includes books on all topics and are arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification. These three collections are intended to provide a selection of titles that can be used with children and young adults and support the various subjects taught in the curriculum. Included are award winning and award nominated picture books; classic and popular titles with books on topics such as Canada; celebrations and holidays; family diversity; multiculturalism; social justice; aboriginal stories; bullying; self-esteem; friendship and character development. Titles within these collections can be located by using the Library Catalogue or the Subject Guides located on the Education Library website. Children’s ebook databases are also available and include BookFlix; TumbleBook Library and TumbleBookCloud. These can also be accessed from off-campus.