books & reading
libraries & children
Tulsa Library - you can get a library card at any library by showing them your TU ID. Kendall-Whittier is the closest library. If the book circulates (i.e., doesn't say "Lib Use Only"), they will ship (for free) books from other branches to a branch near you if you ask.
This includes ALL EBSCOhost databases, so if you use this database you may not need to use the Multiple EBSCOhost Databases link on the Communication Disorders guide.
With this database, you can either include "children" or "kids" in your search or conduct your search then scroll down and refine your search by Age (on the left side of the page).
library AND nonfiction AND promote = 93
library AND nonfiction AND children NOT fiction = 14806
library AND nonfiction AND reading program = 68
library AND nonfiction AND reading program NOT fiction = 33
library AND nonfiction AND storytime = 58
library AND children's section = 729
library AND "story time" = 1492
public library AND collection development AND united states = 893
I usually check the Articles box under Limit To: Type: I hate having to sort through book reviews and editorials, but you may also want to check the Pamphlet box depending on the type of research you desire.
library AND nonfiction AND children = 2101
library AND nonfiction AND children NOT fiction = 399
library AND nonfiction AND children's stories = 750
library AND nonfiction AND storytelling AND children = 203
REMEMBER: Just because Wiley provides a pdf link does NOT mean McFarlin has full-text access to the article. If you click on the pdf link and Wiley prompts you to pay for the article, don't do it! Instead, get the name of the journal and date of the article, go to our Journal Titles page, search for the journal, and determine if we have a subscription to that journal for the date you need (don't forget to check the Print or Microform at TU Libraries link). If we don't have it, ILL the article.
library AND storytime = 26
library AND "flannel board" = 38
REMEMBER: A green box to the left of the article information means we have full-text access in this database. A white box to the left of the article information means we do NOT have full-text access in this database - we may have full-text access in another database or in print at the library. Please double-check our Journal Titles page for additional methods of accessing the article before requesting an ILL.
ALSO: This database uses brackets instead of quotation marks to indicate searching a phrase (how clever of them).
library AND storytime = 31