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ENGL 3820/3830: Literature for the Young and Intermediate Reader: Home

Randolph Caldecott's Artistry

An illustration from Randolph Caldecott's 19th-century book, Come Lasses and Lads.  Mr. Caldecott gave his name to the most prestigious award given in the United States for children's book illustration every year by the American Library Association.

(Courtesy of Project Gutenberg; Randolph Caldecott, Wikimedia Commons)

About this Guide

Welcome to the WMU Libraries' class guide for ENGL 3870 Literature for the Young Child and ENGL 3830 Literature for the Intermediate Reader.  This guide includes information resources to help you find books, journal articles, biographical information, and literary criticism to help complete your assignments.

Use the tabs at the top of the page to help navigate through this guide.

For assistance in doing your research, please contact me or any other librarian.      Ask Us! is just a click away!

Location of the Collection

There are two children's literature collections:

1.  Waldo Library, second floor, southwest corner, near bridge to Computing Center.

2.  Curriculum Enrichment Collection, Education Library, 2nd floor of Sangren Hall.

Meet Your Librarian

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Maria Perez-Stable
Dwight B. Waldo Library, Room 1012
Telephone: 269-387-5322

OFFICE HOURS for Summer II 2018:By appointment