Children’s Books at The Sullivan Library

For those students who are part of the Education program here at Dominican College (or those who wish to revisit the classics!), Sullivan Library has purchased the following children’s books (download the full list):

Nothing but the truth: A documentary novel; The Indian in the cupboard; After Tupac & D Foster; Holes; A wrinkle in the time; The Cat in the hat; Flotsam; Ramona the pest; The lightning thief; Winnie-the-Pooh; Airborn; Bridge to Terabithia; Bud, not Buddy; Chasing Vermeer; Number the stars; Maniac Magee; Matilda; Sarah, plain and tall; So B. It; The chocolate war; The Westing game; When Sophie gets angry—really, really angry; Eragon; Sahara special; Sideways stories from Wayside School; The tale of Despereaux: Being the story of a mouse, a princess, some soup, and a spool of thread; What do you do with a tail like this?; Noah’s ark; The Giver; A single shard; Freak the mighty; Half magic; Out of the dust; Madeline; Goodnight moon; Officer Buckle and Gloria; The Watsons go to Birmingham—1963: A novel; Tuesday; Wringer; James and the giant peach: A children’s story; The phantom tollbooth; Where the red fern grows: The story of two dogs and a boy; Where the wild things are; Strega Nona: An old tale; Owl moon; The very hungry caterpillar; Why mosquitoes buzz in people’s ears: A West African tale; Charlotte’s web.

These books are located in the Andes room near the front desk of the library. Please ask for assistance at the front desk for retrieving these materials. If you wish to see if they are currently checked out, check the online catalog.

If you are a faculty, adjunct or staff member and wish to recommend we purchase specific children’s books, please contact John.Barrie (at) dc.edu.

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