- Subject and Use Index
Keyed to The Bulletin’s alphabetical arrangement by author, this index, which appears in each issue, can be used in three ways. Entries in regular type refer to subjects; entries in bold type refer to curricular or other uses; entries in ALL-CAPS refer to genres and appeals. In the case of subject headings, the subhead “stories” refers to books for the readaloud audience; “fiction,” to those books intended for independent reading.
Actors and acting–fiction: Dee; LaMarche
ADVENTURE: Belleza; Doan; Hale, N.; Laurence; Scott; Urey; Westerfeld
African Americans–fiction: Nolen; Zoboi
African Americans: Bolden; Levinson
Aliens–fiction: Hale, N.
Animals: Brown; Ward, J.
Animals–stories: Bagley; Coville; Graegin
Animals–fiction: Arnold; Gravel; Gravett; Smith
ANTHOLOGIES: Lewis; Oh
Art and artists: Aronson; Haring
Auto racing–fiction: Wooding
BIOGRAPHIES: Bolden; Haring; Losure; Seiple; Winter
Biracial people–fiction: McLaughlin
Brothers–stories: Bagley; Ward, L.
Brothers and sisters–fiction: Wissinger
Cats–stories: Cooper, E.
Civil rights–fiction: Raina
Civil rights movement: Levinson
Civil War–fiction: Nolen
Computer science: Gonzales
Creative writing: Long
Crime and criminals–fiction: Belleza; McLaughlin; Urey; Vincent; Zoboi
Current events: White
Dancers and dance–fiction: LaMarche
Dystopias–fiction: Rapp; Wooding
EPISTOLARY NOVELS: Thomas
Ethics and values: Belleza; Cohen-Scall; McLaughlin; Rivera; Wooding
Families–fiction: Carroll; Crowe; Doan; Leveen; Long; McLaughlin; Nolen; Rivera; Sáenz; Zoboi
FANTASY: Bloom; Carroll; Chokshi; Coville; Crowe; Laurence; Leveen; Neumeier; Salter; Spooner
Fights–stories: Ward, L.
Folktales and fairy tales–fiction: Spooner
Friends–fiction: Harper; Miles; Sáenz; Thomas; Weinberger; Wooding
Gender roles–fiction: White
GLBTQ people–fiction: Dee; Rapp; Sáenz
Gods and goddesses–fiction: Laurence
Gorillas–stories: Bottner [End Page 292]
Grandparents–fiction: Carroll; Coville; Wissinger
GRAPHIC NOVELS: Alvarez; Hale, N.; Hale, S.; Rapp
Grief–stories: Cooper, E.
HISTORICAL FICTION: Cohen-Scall; Nolen; Raina
History, European: Aronson
History, U.S.: Bolden; Levinson
Horses–fiction: Hale, N.
HUMOR: Bagley; Bloom; Bottner; Cooper, J.; Dyckman; Gravel; Gravett; Hale, S.; Julian; Martin; Miles; Novak; Robinson; Schlitz; Smith; Surovec; Ward, L.; Weinberger
Identity–fiction: Frost; Robinson
Juvenile detention–fiction: McLaughlin; Weinberger
Language arts: Keats; Lewis
Latinos–fiction: Vincent; Rivera; Sáenz
Literature, English: Dee
Magic–fiction: Carroll; Coville
Music and musicians–fiction: Robinson
MYSTERIES: Cohen; Doan; Reichs; Savage
Mythology, classical: Elliott
Mythology, Norse: Laurence
Nature study: Yolen
Pets–stories: Cooper, E.; Dyckman
Photography and photographers: Aronson
Reading aloud: Bolden; Elliott; Gravett; Keats; Schlitz
Reading, easy: Arnold; Cooper, J.; Coville; Dowell; Gravel; Harper; Martin; Schlitz; Surovec
Relationships–fiction: LaMarche; Sundquist
RHYMING STORIES: Gravett
Romance–fiction: Chokshi; Lunetta; Rapp; Sundquist
Royalty–fiction: Chokshi; Schlitz
SCARY STORIES: Cohen
School–fiction: Dowell; Harper; LaMarche; Martin; Robinson; Weinberger
Science: Brown; Dowell; Losure; Ward, J.; Yolen
Science and scientists: Losure
Science and scientists–fiction: Doan
SCIENCE FICTION: Belleza; Hale, N.; Martin; Reichs; Thomas; Urey; Westerfeld
Secrets–fiction: Long; Salter; Savage
SHORT STORIES: Oh
Sisters–fiction: Bloom; Frost; Lunetta; Nolen
South Africa–fiction: Raina
Space travel–fiction: Belleza
Spies and espionage–fiction: Cooper, J.
Storytime: Bottner; Gravett; Novak; Smith; Ward, J.
Superheroes–fiction: Hale, S.
SUPERNATURAL STORIES: Alvarez; Cohen; Lunetta
SURVIVAL STORIES: Scott; Westerfeld
VERSE NOVELS: Elliott; Frost; Wissinger
Voyages and travel: Seiple
Voyages and travel–fiction: Neumeier; Vincent
WORDLESS BOOKS: Graegin
World War II–fiction: Cohen-Scall
Zoology: Brown [End Page 293]