Picturebooks are a type of illustrated book, a classification for any book with even a single illustration (Bird and Yokota, 2017). A picturebook can take many forms. It can be a wordless book, which tells a story solely through illustrations. it can be a picture storybook, in which a story is told through a combination of illustrations and text, each amplifying the other to create a unified whole. This page shows a sample of what is housed at the library.
Major authors include: Eric Carle, Leo and Diane Dillon, Lois Ehlert, Emily Gravett, Kevin Henkes, Jerry Pinkney, Maurice Sendak, Peter Sis, William Steig, Chris Van Allsburg, David Wiesner, Mo Willems, and Ed Young.
Interlibrary Loan. For any items that we do not own, but you need for research, please fill out the ILL Request form that you see in the WorldCat search result for the item. Or email email@example.com with the bibliographic information on the item. Physical copies of books can be acquired for local faculty, staff and students. Only digital copies of articles can be acquired for non-locals. If retrieving a physical ILL item, we will allow your entrance to Anna’s office. Please return physical items to the book return in the breezeway.
Curbside pickup. We are implementing curbside pickup and books can be ordered for pickup at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll notify you when they are on the cart which will be rolled into the breezeway. They will already be checked out in your name and all you have to do is pick them up!
Returned books should be returned in the wall slot which is also in the breezeway entrance on the right when facing the library.
Use WorldCat Discovery to find most of what you'll need for your research needs. It's the search box in the upper left corner! If that doesn't work, try the A-Z blue box.
Reserves. Because of Covid the reserve collection has been disbanded for this academic year. Please check with the librarians if you need to order an ebook or streaming media. Additionally, documents can be scanned and links loaded into Schoology.
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