Answered By: Gannett-Tripp Library Last Updated: Jun 22, 2017 Views: 2
- Go to the GTL home page (http://libguides.elmira.edu/home)
- Find the “Library Search” box on the page.
- Type your search terms in the search box. If you want to search for two or more words as a phrase, put quotation marks around them. (For more on search terms, see the table below.)
- Look below the search box and make sure that “Catalog Only” is checked. This will limit the search to materials in the GTL catalog.
- Books with location “General Collection” and status “AVAILABLE” can be borrowed. Copy the entire call number, then go to the 2nd Floor to find the book.
- If you have questions or need help, please ask us!
Books about literature for children (ages 0 to 12) (may also include young adult literature)
|XXX - Juvenile literature||
Children’s literature about XXX
Astronomy – Juvenile literature
Mathematicians – Hungary – Juvenile literature
|Children's poetry||Poetry for children, as well as written by children|
|XXX - Juvenile poetry||
Children’s poetry about XXX
Easter – Juvenile poetry
African Americans – Juvenile poetry
|Picture books for children||Books for younger children and beginning readers, with a high ratio of pictures to text|
|Young adult literature||Books about literature for young adults (ages 12 to 18)|
|Young adult fiction||Fiction written for young adults|
|Young adult poetry||Poetry written for young adults, as well as written by them|
|teenage* juvenile fiction||
Finds fiction books about teenagers (the asterisk searches for “teenage”, “teenager”, etc.)
|Book awards – “Printz Award”, “Caldecott Medal”, “Newbery Honor Book”, etc.||Finds books that received specific awards or honorable mentions|