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EDU/ENH 291 Dr. Kimberly Mauldin

A specialized guide pertaining to the theme of children's literature

More about Lois Lowry and Number the Stars

Information about Number the Stars by selecting "Works Search" on the upper right side

LitFinder provides access to literary works and authors throughout history and includes more than 130,000 full-text poems as well as short stories, speeches, and plays.

This database includes biographical information about Lois Lowry

Provides access to over 10 million scholarly journal articles in a variety of subjects in the Arts & Sciences. Includes Collections 1-15, dating back to the year of first publication for each journal. Includes historical pamphlets and a separate image search feature.

By typing in "Lois Lowry" AND "Number the Stars", one can find information such as Lois Lowry's journey to the Newbery awards (must access the JSTOR site on the South Mountain Library page)

Want to read more of Lois Lowry's books?  You can read them electronically from the Phoenix Public Library.  These books can be checked out and then they will automatically returned - no fees, no worries!  Loan times vary.  If the book is checked out, Hoopla and GPDL will let you put a hold on them.

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