Many Penn State libraries have children's and young adult literature, sometimes called "Juvenile Literature." Age/grade levels, genres, and other focuses of these collections vary depending on each campus's needs. Below are resources for finding them:
Instructions for searching children's/YA materials within Penn State University Libraries:
Juvenile materials are organized by varying methods depending on the location. Before visiting, contact the owning library to learn about opening hours, borrowing rules, etc.
Several Penn State libraries have collections of PreK-12 instructional materials, including curriculum standards, school textbooks, activity guides, educational games, manipulatives, and more.
To search instructional materials at Penn State libraries:
Instructional materials are cataloged, organized, and loaned by varying methods depending on the location. Before visiting, contact the owning library to learn about opening hours, borrowing rules, etc.
Among Penn State campuses, University Park has the largest collection of children's books in languages other than English.
To search for children's/YA materials in Chinese, French, Spanish, and other world languages:
The Education and Behavioral Sciences Library at University shelves non-English books under the following call number ranges: