Northeast Children's Literature Collection

Northeast Children's Literature Collection

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  • The Life of Maurice Sendak

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  • The Roaming Gnomes

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  • Anna Sewell Biography - The Author of the 1877 Novel Black Beauty

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  • Meet Tomie dePaola

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  • Animation Time! - Chubby Rig

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  • How taking a bath led to Archimedes' principle - Mark Salata

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  • The Stray Dog by Marc Simont (Retold)

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The Northeast Children’s Literature Collection acquires, preserves, and makes accessible works of historical and artistic significance in the field of children’s literature. The NCLC includes books, manuscripts, illustrations, correspondence, artifacts, and other related materials. Currently (2009) consisting of approximately 42,000-catalogued children’s books and serials, and the manuscript archives of 110 authors and illustrators, the collection is supported by reference works in Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center and the Homer Babbidge Library.

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