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Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers: A Reading and Selection Guide

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Who wrote the Disney Fairies books? Which series appeal to boys? What other books are available in the same genre as "A Series of Unfortunate Events"? These are just some of the questions children's librarians contend with as the popularity of series fiction continues to grow. Series can be difficult to manage: many do not have a formal series title and the component ...more
Hardcover, 1200 pages
Expected publication: March 31st 2017 by Libraries Unlimited (first published September 30th 2014)
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Jennifer Duell
Popular series fiction for K-6 readers: a reading and selection guide. (2015) Santa Barbra, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

Citation by: Jennifer Duell

Type of Reference: Bibliography

Call Number: Ref 010

Content/Scope: A bibliography targeted for elementary school librarians and students, contains 1,200 series with author annotations. This bibliography contains series of Disney characters, genre's, subjects, AR reading level, and series that appeal to genders.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: Libraries Unlimited p
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