Finding appropriate resources amongst the mass of information available is not always easy, but making use of the resources and assistance available here will make your efforts far more effective and successful.
Recommended reading lists in your course books are a good place to start but they will not provide you with all the information you need.
Before you begin searching for information ensure that you have correctly identified the subject or topic you require information on and what you are required to do with this information (outline, explain, compare/contrast, etc.). Refer to the Analysing the question guide if you require help with this, or see one of our Learning Advisors.
Children’s Fiction & Junior Fiction Collections – Stories aimed at younger readers but often interesting and easy to understand for students learning English as a second language.
Books on these subjects can be found on the library shelves at the Dewey number shown:
If you require further help with finding information please ask at the desk or contact your Subject Librarian.
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