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Comprehensive online catalog of library holdings from all over the world. Check Worldcat for materials that are not available at Princeton. Eligible items may be requested through Interlibrary Loan. (A free version of the database is accessible at https://www.worldcat.org/)
Tracks all original publications of fiction and poetry published in the U.S. in English translation. The database was founded in 2008 by Three Percent and Open Letter Books at the University of Rochester.
A browsable and searchable database for works of fiction (novels, comic books, TV shows, films, plays, etc.), indexed by mathematical content. Compiled by Alex Kasman, a professor of mathematics at the College of Charleston.
Created by Lisa R. Bartle, the searchable database indexes award-winning children's book titles across 162 awards in six English-speaking countries (United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England, and Ireland).
The Irma Black Award goes to an outstanding book for young children--a book in which text and illustrations are inseparable, each enhancing the other to produce an organic whole. Children are the final judges of the winning book.
A catalogue of alphabet tiles, battledores, block puzzles, cards, jigsaw puzzles, educational aids, board games, maps, map samplers, picture sheets, scrolls and writing sheets published by the Darton firms.