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Children's Literature: Home

A starting point for researching children's literature.

Collection overview

The Jones Library has a great number of resources for researching children's literature. The ERC (Educational Resource Center) is a collection of children's books both fiction and non-fiction found on the third floor of the TLC, Room 301. The ERC collection includes materials for Pre K  through High school aged students. The collection also includes easy reader books, picture books, big books, dvds and audio materials. We also offer Teacher Aid & Bulletin Board Resources.

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Curriculum Room

The Jones library's Curriculum Room is designed to support the needs of our teacher education students and faculty. The ERC Curriculum Room is located on the third floor of the TLC room 302, adjacent to ERC Children's Lit. room. The room houses teacher curriculum books, student materials and guides in the following subjects: science, reading, handwriting, phonics, preschool, music, social studies, math, health, physical education, spelling, language arts, Bible and TESOL.  We also offer ministry aids for church and ministry leadership.

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