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Youth literature   Tags: children's literature  

This guide provides information about using trade books (non-textbooks) in the classroom. It supports courses in education and is also useful for anyone seeking creative, engaging ways to share literature with youth.
Last Updated: Apr 20, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Featured Books

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Heather Has Two Mommies - Lesleá Newman
Call Number: PZ7.N47988 H43 1989
ISBN: 1555835430
Publication Date: 2000-06-01
Illustrated by Diana Souza Tenth Anniversary re-issue of the classic children's story that tells the simple and straightforward tale of a little girl called Heather and her upbringing by two lesbian mothers. Originally published in 1990 to considerable controversy, it has now established itself as part of the cultural lexicon and is re-issued in the UK to coincide with the hoped-for repeal of Section 28.

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Daddy's Roommate - Michael Willhoite (Illustrator)
Call Number: PZ7.W655485 D33 1990
ISBN: 1555831184
Publication Date: 1994-07-01
This picture book is an auspicious beginning to the Alyson Wonderland imprint, 'which focuses on books for and about the children of lesbian and gay parents.' - Publishers Weekly



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