Click on the search box to find a book by title, author or award. Always put phrases or concept inside quotation marks, e.g. "Coretta Scott King Award".
Phillips Library works with faculty in the Education Department to collect the award-winning titles in the field of Children's Literature. You can find these titles by typing the award name such as "Caldecott" on any field line in a search. You can also limit the date by year. If we do not currently own the book, or journal in the case of a review, you can order it through Interlibrary Loan.
For more information contact a librarian at Phillips Library or go to the Chat Box on the Getting Started page of the Library.
Finding Book Reviews
The Phillips Library provides several databases that review current and past books. These databases are all listed on the Begin Your DiscoveryPage of the Library's Website.
This database provides reviews of classic and older works. This is just an index so you may have to go back to the Journal Finder tab on the Discovery Page to see if we have the review. Or, you may have to order the review through Iliad.