Education - Science education (Elementary)
It's important for you to know that when you see the term 'juvenile literature' it may mean different things.
For instance, typically 'juvenile literature' is used to refer to all books written for children and young adults, both fiction and nonfiction.
However, when you are searching the catalogue in the Doucette Library to find books for children, 'juvenile literature' is use to refer to only nonfiction books. (Example: typing forensics juvenile literature will bring up information books about this topic.)
If you are interested in finding fiction then the phrase to use is 'juvenile fiction'. (Example: typing birds juvenile fiction will show a list of storybooks (both picture books and novels) about birds or with bird characters.)
Some keywords and subject headings to use when researching in databases like ERIC about this topic, including: science instruction, children's literature, reading materials.
Keywords and subject headings to use when searching the catalogue: literature and science, children's literature, science, children books and reading, interdisciplinary approach in education.
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