January 2004
World Almanac for Kids;2004, p44
The article lists various book series for children and young adults. "Anne of Green Gables," by L. M. Montgomery; "Baby-Sitters Club," by Ann M. Martin; "Boxcar Mysteries," by Gertrude Chandler Warner; "Eloise," by Kay Thompson; Others.


Related Articles

  • Top 10 Series Nonfiction. Mattson, Jennifer // Booklist;4/1/2005, Vol. 101 Issue 15, p1374 

    Presents a list of the top ten series nonfiction for young readers. "Animal Predators," by Sandra Markle; "Art Explorers," by Joyce Raimondo; "Battles and Leaders"; "Civil Rights Leaders"; "Civil War Library," by Carin T. Ford; "Crossroads America"; "New Biology"; "People of the Ancient World";...

  • Sports in Series Nonfiction. Lempke, Susan Dove // Booklist;10/1/2011, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p58 

    The article discusses books for young people about sports which are published in a series format, from a librarian's perspective. The various types of readers who are likely to be interested in such books are noted, and some characteristic features of the genre, such as brevity and prominent use...

  • Wild Pitches. SUTTON, ROGER // Horn Book Magazine;May/Jun2010, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p7 

    The author reflects on young adult books which have become very popular in 2010 because they are part of a series. He suggests that the books contain a marketing pitch which is often more interesting than the books themselves. He argues that while librarians suggest that these types of books are...

  • Editorial. Cohen, John // Reading Time;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p2 

    Editorial. Talks about the importance of the continuing increase of children's literature series. Impact on the reading value of children.

  • Series roundup.  // Booklist;2/15/95, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p1095 

    Lists series titles and recommended nonfiction series books under each title. Includes `Meet Jacqueline Kennedy,' by Anne Capeci, from `A Bullseye Biography' book series; `Cross Stitch Dinosaurs and Monsters,' by Jane Greenoff, and `Cross Stitch Farmyard,' by Jane Greenoff, from the `Crafts for...

  • The Structure of Power in Young Adult Problem novels. Sturm, Brian W.; Michel, Karin // Young Adult Library Services;Winter2009, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p39 

    The article discusses the structure of power in young adult problem novels. Problem novels are defined as realistic stories featuring teenagers that are attempting to deal with stress in their lives. The author details the most common psychological aspects of adolescence, including audacity and...

  • Does YA Mean Anything Anymore?: Genre in a Digitized World. Green, John // Horn Book Magazine;Nov/Dec2014, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p15 

    The author explores the genre of young adult (YA) literature. He discusses the reasons fiction remains relevant to the lives of children and teenagers. He explains the importance of providing better encouragements when writing stories for the youth. He shares the inspiration behind his first...

  • The Family and Adolescent Wellbeing: Alternative Models of Adolescent Growth in the Novels of Judith Clarke. Britten, Adrielle // International Research in Children's Literature;Dec2014, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p165 

    YA fiction is largely about adolescent maturation - or flourishing - and in Western narratives this is imagined through narratives of growth. Within the institution of the family, growth is typically imagined in YA fiction in terms of adolescent rebellion, and in this frame the institutions that...

  • All in the family: Parents in teen fiction. Burner, Joyce // School Library Journal;Nov89, Vol. 35 Issue 15, p42 

    Editorial. Discusses both the negative and positive parental images as portrayed in contemporary young adult fiction; How teenagers need to see strong families in fiction that offer a positive model to emulate and strive for; Describes a variety of youth fiction that portrays positive, as well...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics