Fantasy Literature for Children and Young Adults: An Annotated Bibliography

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Subject Index
This Subject Index provides topical headings for many areas of interest to children, young adults, and the librarians who serve them—historical periods, ethnic groups, folktales, imaginary beings and worlds, and mythical creatures. Also listed are series titles and subjects such as alcoholism, divorce, and other sensitive topics that are not usually tied to the realm of fantasy. Historical periods are listed under specific countries (for example, Revolutionary War can be found under United States—Revolutionary War). General headings such as mythology, folklore, legends, and fantasy are not listed here. All references are to entry numbers within chapters 1 to 10, not page numbers. Titles listed here are main entry titles. Other titles in a series and sequels are noted in the main entry annotation.
a
Aam
CURRY, Jane Louise. The Wolves of Aam,1308
Abáloc trilogy
CURRY, Jane Louise. The Daybreakers,2718 ;
Over the Sea’s Edge,2719
Abominable snowman
CORBALIS, Judy. The Ice Cream Heroes,2126
MORPURGO, Michael. King of the Cloud Forests,1777
Aboriginal mythology.See Australian Aboriginal mythology
Adept series
KURTZ, Katherine, and HARRIS, Deborah. The Adept,3068
Aennorve
VOLSKY, Paula. The Wolf of Winter,1568
Aesir
FRIEDMAN, Michael Jan. The Seekers and the Sword,1680
Africa—1868
COVILLE, Bruce. The Dark Abyss,1928
Africa, Northern
COEHLO, Paulo. The Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream,68
Africa, Northern—Alternate Middle Ages
MYERS, Walter Dean. The Legend of Tarik,1780
Africa, Northern—Folklore
MYERS, Walter Dean. The Legend of Tarik,1780
WELLMAN, Manly Wade. Cahena,1862
Africa, Northern—World War II period
MELLECKER, Judith. Randolph’s Dream,237
Africa—Nubia—Alternate ancient history
BRADSHAW, Gillian (Marucha). The Dragon and the Thief,1272
Africa—Sahara Desert
SAINT-EXUPÉRY, Antoine de. The Little Prince,282
African Americans
ANSA, Tina McElroy. Baby of the Family,2343
AVI. Something Upstairs: A Tale of Ghosts,2691
BETHANCOURT, T(homas) Ernesto (pseud, of Tom Paisley). Tune in Yesterday,2699
BISSON, Terry. Fire on the Mountain,1265
BRITTAIN, Bill (William). All the Money in the World,2109
BURGESS, Barbara Hood. Oren Bell,1038
BUTLER, Octavia E.Kindred,2709
CAREW, Jan (Rynveld). Children of the Sun,58
CHESNUTT, Charles Waddell. Conjure Tales,822
GRAY, Genevieve S(tuck). The Seven Wishes of Joanna Peabody,2468
HALL, Lynn. The Mystery of the Caramel Cat,1099
HAMILTON (Adoff), Virginia (Esther). The Magical Adventures of Pretty Pearl,1709 ;
Sweet Whispers, Brother Rush,1100
HURMENCE, Belinda. A Girl Called Boy,2755

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Guide to Use xvii
  • Abbreviations of Books and Review Journals Cited xix
  • Introduction xxiii
  • Notes xlviii
  • Part One - Annotated Bibliography 1
  • 1 - Allegorical Fantasy and Literary Fairy Tales 3
  • 2 - Animal Fantasy 71
  • 3 - Fantasy Collections 133
  • 4 - Ghost Fantasy 176
  • 5 - High Fantasy (Heroic or Secondary World Fantasy) 211
  • 6 - Humorous Fantasy 355
  • 7 - Magic Adventure Fantasy 407
  • 8 - Time Travel Fantasy 466
  • 9 - Toy Fantasy 499
  • 10 - Witchcraft and Sorcery Fantasy 512
  • Part Two - Research Guide 551
  • 11 - Bibliographical and Reference Sources on Fantasy Literature 553
  • 12 - Critical and Historical Studies of Fantasy Literature 562
  • 13 - Educational Resources on Fantasy Literature 591
  • 14 - Fantasy Literature Author Studies 598
  • Author and Illustrator Index 925
  • Title Index 997
  • Subject Index 1043
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