LBSCI 790: Resources and References Accessed February – May 2016

About good comics for kids. (2016). Retrieved from the Good Comics for Kids blog of School Library Journal at http://blogs.slj.com/goodcomicsforkids/

Booklist reviews [Review of Andy Runton’s Flying Lessons]. (n.d.). Retrieved on May 7, 2016 from the online catalog of the Comsewogue Public Library [cplib.org] at http://contentcafe2.btol.com/ContentCafeClient/ReviewsDetailID.aspx?ID=2077018

Burton, V. L. (1942). The little house. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.

Cedeira Serantes, L. (2013). Misfits, loners, immature students, reluctant readers: Librarianship participate sin the construction of teen comics readers. In Bernier, A. (Ed.), Transforming young adult services: A reader for our age (pp. 115-135). New York, NY: Neal-Schuman.

Chambers, A. (1973). Introducing books to children. London, UK: Heinemann.

Chute, H. L. (2014). Outside the box: Interviews with contemporary cartoonists. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago.

Cohn, N. (2013). The visual language of comics: Introduction to the structure and cognition of sequential images. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic.

Comiclopedia [Lambiek Comiclopedia] (Website). Retrieved on April 5, 2016 from https://www.lambiek.net/comiclopedia.html

Congressman John Lewis: Representing Georgia’s 5th District. (n.d.). Retrieved on March 6, 2016 from https://johnlewis.house.gov/

Critchfield, R., & Powell, D. M. (2012). Well-intentioned censorship is still censorship: The challenge of public library employees.  In Nye, V., & Barco, K. (Eds.), True stories of censorship battles in America’s Libraries (pp.8-13). Chicago, IL: ALA Editions.

Despeyroux, D. (2013). Dark graphic tales: By Edgar Allen Poe. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Enslow.

Diamond Comic Distributors. (2016). Diamond bookshelf [Website]. Retrieved from http://www.diamondbookshelf.com/Home/1/1/20/163

Eisner, W. (1985, 2005). Comics and sequential art. Tamarac, FL: Poorhouse.

Eisner, W. (2008). Comics and sequential art: Principles and practices from the legendary cartoonist (Rev. ed.). New York, NY: W. W. Norton.

Eisner, W. (2008). Graphic storytelling and visual narrative: Principles and practices from the legendary cartoonist. New York, NY: W. W. Norton.

Ellis, A. W., & D. Highsmith. (2000). About face: Comic books in library literature. Serials Review 26(2), 21-43.

Fantasia [60th anniversary DVD edition of a motion picture originally released in 1940]. (2000). Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Enterprises.

Feiffer, J. (1965). The great comic book heroes. New York, NY: Dial.

Fellowship of Reconciliation, Hassler, A., & Resnik, B. (1958). Martin Luther King and the Montgomery story. Nyack, NY: Fellowship of Reconciliation.

Fox, M. (n.d.). Questions answered.  Retrieved on February 6, 2016 from Mem Fox: Writing, Teaching, Learning, Loving, Living at http://memfox.com/for-children/for-children-questions-answered

Frank, A.; Mooyaart-Doubleday, B. M. (Translator). (1952). The diary of a young girl. New York, NY: Doubleday.

Gabilliert, J. (2010). Of Comics and men: A cultural history of American comics books (Parts 2 and 3). Jackson (MS): University Press of Mississippi.  Ihimaera, W. (1987; first US edition 2003). The whale rider. Orlando, FL: Harcourt.

Green, K. (November 9, 2010). ‘Whaddaya got?’: Finding graphic novels in an academic library.  Retrieved from the website of Publishers Weekly at http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/comics/article/45109-whaddaya-got-finding-graphic-novels-in-an-academic-library.html

Hughes, J. (July 20, 2013). ‘Building Stories,’ ‘Saga’ dominate 2013 Eisner Awards. Retrieved on February 28, 2016 from the website of the Comics Alliance at http://comicsalliance.com/2013-eisner-award-winners-sdcc-2013/?trackback=tsmclip

Hutcheon, L. (2012). [Selection from the introduction: pp. 1-9]. A theory of adaptation, 2nd edition. New York, NY: Routledge.

Jacobson, A. (2010). Party on! at your book discussions: Shouldn’t a book club be for the fun of sharing? American Libraries, 41(8). Retrieved from http://go.galegroup.com.queens.ezproxy.cuny.edu:2048/ps/i.do?ty=as&v=2.1&u=cuny_queens&it=search&s=RELEVANCE&p=PPMI&qt=TI~%22Party%20on!%20At%20your%22~~SP~28~~IU~8~~SN~0002-9769~~VO~41&lm=DA~120100000&sw=w

Kan, K. (2016). Cataloging graphic novels. Retrieved from Diamond Bookshelf at http://www.diamondbookshelf.com/Home/1/1/20/181?articleID=37812

Keneally, T. (1982). Schindler’s list. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster.

Kimmel, E. C. (1999). Ice story: Shackleton’s lost expedition. New York, NY: Clarion.

Lambiek Comiclopedia – SEE Comiclopedia

Lyga, A. A. W. (2004). Graphic novels in your media center: A definitive guide. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Martin, E. (2011). Graphic novels or novel graphics? Comparatist, 35, 170-181.

McCloud, S. (1994). Understanding comics: The invisible art. New York, NY: HarperPerennial.

McCoula, M. (2015). Baba Yaga’s assistant. Somerville, MA: Candlewick.

Nyberg, A. K. (2010). How librarians learned to love the graphic novel. In Weinger, R. (Ed.). Graphic novels and comics in libraries and archives: Essays on readers, research, history and cataloging. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Nykko (2009). The shadow door [Elsewhere Chronicles, Book 1]. Minneapolis, MN: Graphic Universe.

Pakula, A. J. (Screenplay and Director);  Pakula, A. J., & Barish (Producers). (1999). Sophie’s choice [DVD]. Santa Monica, CA: ITC Films.

Ranma 1/2: The all-time classic hit series of gender-swapping, species-bending, madcap martial arts mayhem! (n.d.).  Retrieved from the website of VIZ Media at http://www.viz.com/ranma-1-2

Reed, G. (2006). Bran Stoker’s Dracula: The graphic novel. New York, NY: Puffin.

Rubin, M. (1984; 1992). The orchestra. Buffalo, NY: Firefly.

Schweizer, C. (2015). Night of the frankenfrogs. New York, NY: Amulet.

Scott, R. W. (1990). Comics librarianship: A handbook. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Seeger, P. (1986). Abiyoyo: Based on a South African lullaby and folk story. New York, NY: Macmillan.

Seifert, M. (September 7, 2013). Saga wins big at 2013 Harvey Awards, plus complete list of winners (para. 1). Retrieved on February 28, 2016 from the website of Bleeding Cool at http://www.bleedingcool.com/2013/09/07/saga-wins-big-at-2013-harvey-awards-list-of-winners

Tarulli, Laurel. (2010). Cataloging and problems with Dewey: Creativity, collaboration and compromise. In Weiner, R. G. (Ed.). Graphic novels and comics in libraries and archives: Essays on readers, research, history and cataloging. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

TenNapel [sic], D. (2010). Ghostopolis. New York, NY: Graphix/Scholastic.

University of Florida/Department of English. (2015). UF – Comics studies. Retrieved from http://www.english.ufl.edu/comics/resources.shtml

Vukelich, C., Christie, J., & Enz, B. (2008). Helping young children learn language and literacy: Birth through kindergarten (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education.

“Walking Dead” #115, “Saga” TPB Top Diamond’s Sales Charts for 2013 (para. 6). (January 8, 2014). Retrieved from the website of Comic Book Resources on February 28, 2016 at http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=50140

Irving, W. (2007). The legend of Sleepy Hollow [illustrated by Cris Grimly]. New York, NY: Atheneum.

Wertham, F. (1954). Seduction of the innocent. New York, NY: Rinehart.

Wertheimer, L. (February 1980). Pornography in the public library, are librarians ignoring its role? Canadian Library Journal, 37(1), 21-26.

What is appeal?/Some examples/Character. (2016). Retrieved from the website of Novelist at https://www.ebscohost.com/novelist/our-products/novelist-appeals