If you are looking for a specific journal title, you can search Publication Finder. Once you find the journal you want, you can browse through individual issues. Some journals that are useful in the early childhood education field are NAEYC Young Children, Psychology Today, Current Directions in Psychological Sciences, Educational Leadership and Multicultural Review.
Library databases can be used to find scholarly articles with reliable information for your research. Here are some recommended databases for education topics.
In our Library, nonfiction books are shelved by their Library of Congress (LC) Call Number. These numbers organize books by their subject. In the general collection, the LC Call Number L will have books related to education.
You can find out more about LC Call Numbers here.
When you are looking for a specific book, you will want to use IvyCat, our Library Catalog, to search for it.
Stories are even better with visual aids. We have puppets of all types and sizes available for check-out, and each one can help enhance the story you are sharing.
You can see a preview of some of our puppets below. To browse and search our entire collection of puppets, please click here.