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Finding More Novels
If you need more books to share with children, search the Sullivan University Library's website.
Here are instructions on how to search for books using the Sullivan University Library's website:
- Go to the library's website.
- Select the tab labeled Books
- From this main screen, you can perform a search for books.
What Is the Newbery Medal?
The John Newbery Medal, often called the Newbery, was first given to book in 1922, after the award was formally established at the 1921 meeting of the American Library Association (Newbery and Caldecott Awards, 2007).
To see a list of all of the Newbery Medal winners and honor books, simply click the first link below to be taken to a list.
For more information about the Newbery Medal, click the second link, which will take you to the official Newbery web page.
The Newbery and Caldecott Awards. (2007). Chicago: American Library Association.
Finding Reviews and Book Activities
Where can I find books reviews and/or activities to connect with the books?
Virtual Library Catalog
To search for eBooks only, select "eBook" in the FORMAT box after entering subject, title or author in the search box.
An electronic readers' advisory resource which assists fiction readers to find new authors or titles they wish to read. Searchable by title, author, plot description, or subject and keyword, Novelist contains reviews and descriptions for 150,000+ best-seller, professional and trade books published since 1994, as well as all adult fiction reviewed in Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, Booklist, and Kirkus since 1996. It also provides links to author home pages and other fiction-related web sites.