Answered By: RIS Library
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2017     Views: 4

Interracial families include those where family members have differing ethnicities due to adoption, and those in which the biological mother and father have different ethnic backgrounds.

  1. Search the library catalog.
    1. Use "juvenile" as subject term, with other search terms such as: interracial marriage, interracial adoption, intercountry adoption, racially mixed children, racially mixed people, adopt *insert ethnic group/region/etc.*
    2. If using Classic search, limit by Center for Children's Books (CCB), the Social Science, Health, and Education Library (SSHEL), and University High School.
  2. Locate book titles in bibliographies (citation chasing).
    1. SSHEL has created a guide to bibliographies for children's books.
  3. Search NoveList database, which is a database that provides subject heading access, reviews, annotations, etc. for fiction books of all ages.
    1. In advanced search you can limit to grade level and audience.
  4. Search Children's Literature Comprehensive Database (CLCD).
    1. Use search terms as listed above.
    2. You can limit to age and grade level.

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