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Youth Collection

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Title Date Summary
1 I Spy at UNI
Schreck--Anna E. (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 107:50, p.1
4/15/2011 Faculty, staff, and students challenged to identify the "mystery photo"; photo.
2 New trends in adult reading Adults reading youth literature
Public Relations News Release 2009:293, p.1
2/22/2010 Who said that children's and youth books are just for kids? According to Yolanda Hood, youth collection librarian at Rod Library, the surge in good youth literature has resulted in many adults reading children's books.
3 UNI's MTA hosts 4th Annual African-American Read-In
Public Relations News Release 2009:287, p.1
2/18/2010 Alumna Jan Spivey Gilchrist returned to the college for the Read-in, where she lead a series of three sessions with students from Black Hawk Elementary, Walter Cunningham School of Excellence, and Malcolm Price Laboratory.
4 Great summer reads for kids Lazy summer days make great reading opportunities
Public Relations News Release 2008:564, p.1
6/4/2009 Studies consistently show that children actually lose reading achievement during the summer months. "Encourage your children to read this summer," says Yolanda Hood, youth collection librarian and assistant professor. Tips included.
5 Success story
Campus News Network 11:15, p.1
2/20/2001 Youth Collection librarian says that reading to children helps in their language skills.
6 Youth book collection at Northern Iowa library helping future teachers
Public Relations News Release 1989:557, p.1
4/11/1990 Lucille Lettow describes her role as a Youth Collection librarian for the largest collection of youth literature in a university library statewide. Lettow defends elementary libraries from censorship, as well as helping education majors in their research.
7 Northern Iowa youth librarian receives "Intellectual Freedom Award" from Iowa Educational Media Association
Public Relations News Release 1989:543, p.1
4/9/1990 Lucille Lettow is granted the Intellectual Freedom Award at the Iowa Educational Media Association Conference. Lettow was given the one-thousand dollar award based on her work in the Intellectual Freedom Committee.
8 Youth Collection top rated
Northern Iowan 82:58, p.8
6/20/1986 Lucille Lettow talks about the purposes, collections, and services of the Library's Youth Collection; photo.
9 Find a new world in the library's special section
Northern Iowan 77:26, p.17
12/12/1980 A look at the Library's Youth Collection and Special Collections.
10 Children's book showcase
Northern Iowan 68:57, p.5
6/23/1972 Will be on display in Youth Collection of Library.
11 Youth books in library exhibit
College Eye 56:2, p.5
9/22/1961 About 360 books from fourteen countries are on display.
12 New 'checkpoint' system betters library efficiency
College Eye 51:2, p.1
9/25/1959 Everyone must use east door; material will be checked at the door; new microfilm reading room set up; government documents move to third floor; Youth Collection expanded; more study carrels added.
13 Y library expands collections, service
College Eye 50:4, p.5
10/3/1958 A look at some of the changes in the Youth Collection; photo.
14 Library is student's Mecca in search for knowledge
College Eye 48:15, p.5
1/25/1957 A look at the organization of the library; photo.
15 Library students make footstools for readers
College Eye 42:22, p.3
3/9/1951 Made for use of those using youth collection material.
16 Little Lulu, Pinocchio lead juvenile readers to library "book nook"
College Eye 39:24, p.4
3/26/1948 Campus School library moved to rooms 1 and 2 in Library Building.
17 Library's juvenile room holds adventure for all grades
College Eye 37:33, p.3
5/17/1946 Description of services and books available to Campus School students.
18 Juvenile library attracts interest
College Eye 35:39, p.1
7/21/1944 Collection contains about 8000 volumes; Campus School students use it; description of the facilities.
19 Display of books for children to be next week
College Eye 31:9, p.1
11/10/1939 Will be on display in the Library.
20 To observe book week
College Eye 30:10, p.4
11/11/1938 Will display children's books.
21 Prize books reviewed by librarian
College Eye 29:37, p.1
6/24/1938 Clara Campbell will review children's books.
22 Library is observing book week now
College Eye 28:11, p.2
11/20/1936 Featuring children's books.
23 Juvenile library to offer display during Book Week
College Eye 27:21, p.4
11/15/1935 A look at some of the books that will be on display.
24 Juvenile literature features book week
College Eye 22:10, p.8
11/14/1930 Library will feature book display.
25 Annual exhibit of children's books held
College Eye 20:9, p.2
11/8/1928 In Library.
26 National Book Week observed in library
College Eye 18:17, p.1
11/3/1926 Children's books will be on display.
27 The eighth annual celebration
College Eye 17:22, p.4
11/11/1925 Library will celebrate children's book week with displays.
28 Book Week
College Eye 16:12, p.8
11/19/1924 Display children's books in Library.
29 Children's book week
College Eye 15:11, p.6
11/14/1923 Collection of pictures on exhibit in the library.
30 Librarians
Old Gold 0:0, p.82
6/1/1913 Library staff and description of services, including the Youth Collection, in the new building; photo.
31 Several books have been added
Normal Eyte 12:3, p.41
9/28/1901 Several new geography books added to library; new physical education section started; children's book section under Professor Bender's supervision is growing.
32 Our library has been increased this year
Normal Eyte 8:20, p.275
2/11/1899 Have added four hundred books; trying to build up children's book collection.
33 A new department in the library
Normal Eyte 6:15, p.178
1/16/1897 Eighty-eight children's books will be placed in new section of library; beginning of Youth Collection.

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