C-04. Children's and Young Adult Literature Collections
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Ephemeral materials related to Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Examples of materials include miscellaneous writings, doilies, illustrations, cut-outs, a vinyl record, soap, dexterity games, etc.
The collection includes sketches and final art for Bruce Hale's illustrated children's books. Images include original artword from the Class Pets, the Chet Gecko Mysteries, and the Monstertown Mysteriesseries. Additionally, it features the brainstorming notes for the book Dial M for Mongoose: A Chet Gecko Mystery.
A collection of ephemera, including commemorative pins, bookmarks, print materials, and more, that detail the ways in which children's and young adult novels are promoted by publishers.
This collection includes four color prints collected and donated by Elizabeth Lee Barron, a librarian employed by the University of Tampa. The framed prints in the collection are reproductions of illustrations from 20th and 21st century children's literature books. Two of the prints are signed by the artist. This collection was donated as a gift in honor of William Edwards Lee III.
The Ellen Hopkins collection consists of archival materials, typescripts, and published materials donated by Hopkins, a children’s and young adult author. Cataloged materials, including books, advanced reader copies, and manuscripts are hyperlinked to records available in the USF Libraries catalog.
This collection includes articles, a biography, lesson plans, brochures, newspaper clippings, correspondence, contest information and contest entries. Also included are materials from the Suncoast Young Authors Conference, the "Tell Me A Story" writing contest sponsored by IBM and Good Housekeeping, and the Harper Collins Children's Books "Favorite Teacher" Writing Contest.
A collection of drafts, notes, correspondence, etc. for written works of Graham Salisbury.
This collection consits of research material from author and graphic novelist Greg Neri, best known as a writer for young adults.Material included is relaetd to the following publiations: Grand Theft Horse, Tru & Nelle: A Christmas Tale, and When Paulie Met Artie.
The papers of USF English Professor Joan Kaywell related to young adult literature.
Harry K. Hudson, the Boys' Book collector who was one the sources for many of USF's resources in its Children's and Young Adult Literature Collections, was an avid collector of adventure novels, particularly serialized boys' books.
Comprises materials from six of her major works including draft and final typescripts of novels, autographed color and black and white sketches and prints, character sketches, thumbnails, watercolors, rough and final art, publishers proofs, as well as materials from short comics published in the New York Times and miscellaneous art. Final art preserves the artists working order.
A collection of assorted materials related to Iain Lawrence's life and career as a children's novelist.
The Jack Gantos collection consists of archival materials, typescripts, and published materials donated by Gantos, a children’s and young adult author. Cataloged materials, including books, advanced reader copies, and audiobooks are hyperlinked to records available in the USF Libraries catalog.
The papers of Jacqueline Woodson, an American author of award-winning works of juvenile literature.
The collection consists of Dr. Dizer’s correspondence and research files relating to nineteenth- and twentieth-century American popular children’s literature, with particular emphasis on series books, story papers, and dime novels. Notable are extensive files dealing with Edward Stratemeyer, the Stratemeyer Syndicate, and the Boy Scouts of America.
This collection consists of materials related to Lurlene McDaniel’s career as an author of young adult fiction. Included are documents related to McDaniel’s published works, as well as her many appearances as a guest speaker.
The literary papers of writer, memoirist, artist, and graphic novelist Maggie Thrash (ze/zir/they/her), who is known for exploring LGBTQ+ issues in their work.
This collection is comprised of manuscripts, personal letters and dust jackets related to Sainsbury’s literary works. Included are typed manuscripts of early book drafts. Also included are correspondence and personal letters between Noel and family, business associates, and fans with a personal scrapbook of newspaper clippings that mention Noel. Also included are dust jackets for Sainsbury's published works.
Collection primarily consists of mock-ups and illustration boards for children’s books written and illustrated by Louise and Richard Floethe.
Collection includes handmade, bound books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry written and illustrated by elementary school children (grades kindergarten to 5).