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Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
Brooklyn College Library - Children's Studies: Bibliography
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  • 1. Beth EvansBrooklyn College Library September 2012
  • 2.  Biblio = books / Graphy = writingA writing about books (a list of books)
  • 3.  Your week-by-week class syllabus is a sort of ready-made bibliography (see p. 4) Is it only about books?
  • 4.  Expand “books” to include:  Other texts  Encyclopedia entry  Newspapers  Magazines  Journals  Blogs  Web sites • Sound recordings • Visual images – still & moving

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