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Where are the children's books?

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Children's books for loan are in a special collection on Level D, near the stairs at the front of the Library. 

(The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature is another collection of Australian children's books which can only be used for research purposes in the Library building.)

Books in the children's literature collection have 'ch lit' at the beginning of their call number.

PE1155 - alphabet books, 'A is for Apple'

PZ7 - novels and story books, sorted by author and then book title

PZ8 - fairytales

PZ8.3 - poetry books and stories in rhyme

PZ8.9 - board books for infants

PZ10.7 - Aboriginal legends

Q126.4 - 'Good Science' collection

QA141.3 - easy mathematics, counting books

Children's information books are filed by subject call number, e.g. DU - Australian history, B - Religion, R - Health

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