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What is the National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature ?

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The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature is a research collection of books and other resources about Australian children's authors, illustrators, publishers and their creative works. The collection includes over 20,000 books, with 2400 of these in overseas translations, over 390 research files, and significant collections of authors', illustrators' and publishers' papers, manuscripts and artwork. The Archives are funded by the Children's Book Council of Australia.

The Archives are open to the public, however appointments are recommended.

Items may be available for use in the Library building.

Location: UC Library, Level D.

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