Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of original art and manuscript materials related to five titles illustrated by Adam Rex.
The collection contains written material for works authored by Adrien Stoutenburg, including titles she wrote in collaboration with Laura Nelson Baker.
The collection contains written production material for nearly two dozen children's books written by Slote.
The collection contains proofs and typescripts related to three young adult novels written by Ann Halam.
The collection contains written production materials for books written by Annabel and Edgar Johnson.
Contains drafts and production material for one young adult novel by Caroline Stevermer.
This collection consists of production material for several children's books written and/or illustrated by Chris Gall.
This collection contains typescripts and illustrations for children's books and other publications written and illustrated by Christina Rodriguez.
This collection consists of papers that trace the genesis, process, and revision of Eleanor Cameron's books for children and young adults as well as some of her books for adults. The collection includes holographs (manuscripts), typescripts, notes, galley proofs, reviews and correspondence, as well as typescripts of several of her speeches on the subject of children's literature, and several illustrations..
Eve Merriam's papers focus on her work as an author and editor of children's and young adult books, with an emphasis on her poetry. The collection contains production materials for published and unpublished titles, as well as other professional papers.
The Frank Bonham Papers focus on his work as author of young adult fiction. The collection primarily contains production materials for his works, correspondence, as well as some other related items.
The collection includes production material for books by H.M. Hoover, as well as professional and personal correspondence.
The collection contains material related to three books written by Jacqueline Jackson.
This collection includes production material for books written by James Lincoln Collier.
This collection consists of manuscript materials related to seven books by Jane Leslie Conly.
The collection contains written production material for five books written by author and editor Jean Karl.
The collection contains illustrative material, and a small amount of written material, for children's books, magazine, and unpublished works illustrated by Joe Servello.
The John Christopher Papers contain one folder with material for the title The City of Gold and Lead written in 1967.
Lois Lowry's papers focus on the genesis, process, revision and publication of her books for children and young adults.
Louis Slobodkin's papers focus on his work as an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for various titles published between 1943-1972, as well as some miscellaneous material and artwork.
The collection contains drafts and production material for two books for children by Louise Lawrence.
The collection contains typescripts and related material for titles written by Madeleine L'Engle.
Mark Teague is an American author and illustrator of children's books who has illustrated over 40 books. The collection includes corrected typescripts, dummy photocopies, and correspondence related to several titles by Teague.
This collection contains drafts and production material for titles written by author Nancy Farmer.
This collection contains digital files (and a small amount of physical material) for works by Nancy Werlin.
The collection constains corrected typescripts for three novels written by Nina Bawden.
The collection contains typescripts and correspondence related to four young adult novels by Pete Hautman.
The collection contains material related to the U.S. printing for one children's book by Richard Parker.
This collection consists of production material related to children's books by Ruth Christoffer Carlsen.
The collection consists of the publication materials for by author T.A. Barron.