Pangunahing Koleksiyon (1881 ang mga aklat)
Ang Pangunahing Koleksiyon ng ICDL ay naglalaman ng mga kilalang aklat pambata galing sa buong mundo. Ito ay ginawa para sa mga batang 3-13 na gulang. Ang koleksiyon na ito ay nagpopokus sa mga aklat na makakatulong sa mga bata na maintindihan ang mundo sa kanilang paligid at ang pangdaigdigang komunidad na kanilang ginagalawan. Ang karamihan sa mga aklat na ito ay may kopirayt o karapatang magpalathala at pinili ng mga dalubhasa sa pambatang literatura sa mga bansa kung saan nilimbag ang mga aklat. Lahat ng mga aklat ay pinakita sa kanilang orihinal na wika.
Ispesyal na Koleksiyon
The ICDL Special Collections are primarily historical children's materials published before 1923. The books in each of the Special Collections were selected by the Curator of the Collection at the institution where the physical books are housed. The Special Collections are designed primarily for use by researchers and/or scholars in children's literature, although some titles are also included in the ICDL Main Collection.
Baldwin Collection (1986 ang mga aklat)
Ang Koleksiyong Baldwin ay iniambag sa ICDL ng Baldwin Library of Historical Children`s Materials (Aklatang Baldwin ng Makasaysayang Kagamitang Pambata) ng Unibersidad ng Florida. Ang Aklatang Baldwin ay naglalaman ng mahigit sa 93,000 na kagamitang pambata na inilimbag sa Estados Unidos at Britanya noong 16 na siglo at sa mga unang taong ng 1990s. Ang mga kagamitang kasama sa ICDL ay kumakatawan sa mga aklat na inilimbag para sa mga bata noong kalagitnaan at sa huling mga taon ng 19 na siglo at idinigitays sa pamamagitan ng grants galing sa National Endownment for the Humanities. Para sa karagdagang impormasyon tunkol sa Baldwin Library, bisitahin ang website ng aklatan sa http://palmm.fcla.edu/juv/.
CLRC Collection (30 ang mga aklat)
The Children's Literature Research Collections (CLRC) consist of several named collections. The Kerlan holds more than 100,000 children's books published in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries along with manuscripts and/or original art for 16,000 titles. The Laura Jane Musser Oziana contains 400 items, especially books, periodicals, correspondence, and artifacts. The Hess holds 80,000 dime novels, story papers and series books, while Periodicals includes 250 titles. John Philip Borger holds 40,000 comic books. The Beulah Counts Rudolph numbers 500 figurines, while there are more materials in the Paul Bunyan, Edward S. Ellis, and J. Randolph Cox collections. For more information, please view the website, http://special.lib.umn.edu/clrc.
Google Books Collection (106 ang mga aklat)
ICDL has partnered with Google Books to augment its collection of public domain children's literature. For more information about Google Books, visit http://books.google.com.
Jordan Collection (735 ang mga aklat)
The Alice M. Jordan Collection was contributed to the ICDL by Boston Public Library in honor of Alice Jordan (1870-1960), its first Supervisor of Children's Services. The collection at Boston Public Library contains historic, contemporary and international titles including picture books, fiction, non-fiction, toy and moveable books from the infant to the young adult level from the 19th Century to the present day. The materials represented in the ICDL provide examples of 19th-century tract titles including cautionary tales, religious and moral stories and instruction, natural history, rhymes, and stories of amusement and riddles. Additional items include numerous editions of Mother Goose, 19th- and early 20th-century editions of Aesop's Fables, series titles by G. A. Henty, Grimm's fairy tales, and stories by Hans Christian Andersen.
NCLC Collection (141 ang mga aklat)
Most books in the Special Collection contributed by the Northeast Children's Literature Collection (NCLC) at the University of Connecticut are by Hans Wilhelm, a German author and illustrator living in Connecticut. These books tell stories about a dinosaur named Tyrone who gets into all sorts of trouble; a dog named Waldo who can explain lots of things about our world; bunnies who count; and lots of other animals. Some of the Mr. Wilhelm's books are in other languages, including German, French, Danish, and Norwegian. Other books in the Collection are classics, such as Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell, which tells the story of a wonderful horse and his life in England.
The Northeast Children's Literature Collection (NCLC) at the University of Connecticut seeks and maintains books, manuscripts, illustrations, correspondence, artifacts, and other related materials by authors and illustrators who come from or are associated with the Northeast or the Eastern Seaboard. Within its vast collection, the NCLC contains the Billie M. Levy Collection of Illustrated Children's Literature, the Phyllis Hirsh Boyson Collection, the Black Beauty Collection, the Libraries and Librarians Collection, and manuscript collections of over 100 authors and illustrators. The NCLC retains many works that have received accolades, such as the Newbery, Caldecott, Boston Globe/Horn Book, Pura Belpre, Scott O'Dell, Golden Kite, Phoenix Awards, and many others. In preserving these materials, it is the NCLC's goal to sustain great works of children's literature for university archival purposes, research by members of the academic community, and for future enjoyment by all. For more information, go to http://nclc.uconn.edu.
The International Children's Digital Library is a project of the ICDL Foundation in collaboration with the University of Maryland's Human-Computer Interaction Lab.