2014 Multicultural Literature Statistics from the Cooperative Children’s Book Center
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About the CCBC
The Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) is a unique examination, study, and research library of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The CCBC’s noncirculating collections include current, retrospective, and historical books published for children and young adults.
The CCBC supports teaching, learning, and research related to children’s and young adult literature and provides informational and educational services based on its collections to students and faculty on the UW-Madison campus as well as librarians, teachers, child care providers, researchers, and other adults throughout the state of Wisconsin. Outreach to librarians and teachers across Wisconsin is another essential dimension of CCBC services.
A vital gathering place for books, ideas, and expertise, the CCBC is committed to identifying excellent literature for children and adolescents and bringing this literature to the attention of those adults who have an academic, professional, or career interest in connecting young readers with books. The CCBC was established in 1963 and is funded by the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education and by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction/Division for Libraries and Technology.