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Chapbooks and Children's Literature in Archives and Special Collections

Archives and Special Collections holds a variety of materials of interest to scholars researching 19th and 20th century youth literature and educational materials.

Introduction

Archives and Special Collections offers a variety of books pertaining to 20th century children's literature. Topics covered include children's stories, fairy tales, myths, religious stories, stories, songs, and nursery rhymes.

To discover materials relating to children's literature, try search OneSearch by entering Children's literature or Juvenile literature in the subject field.

More resources regarding Children's Literature may be found in the University Libraries Educational Resources Collections, which includes Books for Youth, a collection of fiction and non-fiction titles targeted for preschool through grade 12 readers. Learn more about the Books for Youth Collection.

Jack the Giant Killer

Jack the Giant Killer was publish in New York by the McLoughlin Bro's circa 1889.

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