Scholarly Resources

Childhood Studies Programs and Centers
Children's Book Awards
Children's Literature Collections
Children's Literature Journals
Children's Literature Organizations and Centers
Folklore and Mythology
History of Children's Literature and Children/Childhood
Information about/for Authors and Illustrators
Internet Information
Multiculturalism and International Children's Literature
People, Programs, and Courses in Children's Literature
Pursuing a Degree in Children's Literature
Themes and Subjects
Various Research Tools
Young Adult Literature
Other Resources

Censorship: Childhood Studies Programs and Centers: Children's Book Awards: Children's Literature Collections: Children's Literature Journals: Children's Literature Organizations and Centers: Folklore and Mythology: Genre: History of Children's Literature and Children/Childhood: Information about/for Authors and Illustrators: Internet Information: Multiculturalism and International Children's Literature:

People, Programs, and Courses in Children's Literature:

Pursuing a Degree in Children's Literature:

Many students choose to pursue a degree at a college or university without a formal program in children's literature and go on to become academics and scholars of in the field. Here are the stories of two professors who teach and study children's literature without having earned a degree from a specialized program:

Themes and Subjects: Various Research Tools: Young Adult Literature: Other Resources: