Booklists & Compilations

Booklists compiled by Linda Williams unless otherwise noted..

Blizzard of 1888
Books That Work Every Time (storytime compilation from goodnightmoon, 2011)
Books with Female Protagonists (a compilation of online booklists, 2015)
Bullying 
Civil War Booklist
(2011)
Children’s & YA Fiction Set in Connecticut (updated every summer)
Favorites for Mother/Daughter Discussion Groups
(goodnightmoon, June 2011)
Historical Fiction for Children and Teens (2017)
Jack the Ripper (fiction and nonfiction for teens)
Losing a Pet (2014)
Middle Grade Books in Spanish (2013)
Nature / Land Care Themes (2011)
Only Child (goodnightmoon and LW, January 2015)
Parenting in the Digital Age (2017)
Picture Books to Use for Teaching Persuasive Writing  (2013)
Primary Source Material in the Service Center Collections (nonfiction)
Refugees (2017)
Summer Reading Booklists (every summer)
Things Aren’t Always What They Seem (2016)

Countries (compilations created by Linda Williams for One World, Many Stories, 2011 and updated periodically)
African Countries – Picture Books .
African Countries – Picture Book Nonfiction .
African Countries – Fiction .
Australia & Oceania -Picture Books .
Central America & Caribbean Area Countries – Picture Books .
Central America & Caribbean Area Countries – Fiction .
Central Asian Countries – Picture Books .
East & Southeast Asian Countries – Picture Books .
European Countries – Picture Books .
Middle East & South Asian Countries – Picture Books .
North American Countries – Picture Books .
South American Countries – Picture Books .

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