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Children's Literature : Home

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Children's literature includes fiction, non-fiction, magazines, etc. that are made for children and young adults. These books not only promote reading skills and provide entertainment but often cover hard and important topics such as racism, discrimination, and grief.  

This guide explores some of the children's literature available in the Scarborough Library. Titles that appear as blue hyperlinks will take you to the listing in the library catalog. You can find these books in the youth section of the library, located on the third floor. You can also perform a search of WorldCat Discovery to find books available from Scarborough and other libraries. 

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