The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is bibliotherapy.
· Bibliotherapy and Reading: Newsletter of the Special Interest Group of the International Reading Association. International Reading Association. This newsletter is published to provide information about various aspects of bibliotherapy as well as a forum on the various strategies and techniques for using this approach.
· Cornett, C.E., and Cornett, C.F. (1980). Bibliotherapy: The Right Book at the Right Time. Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation.
· Ouzts, D.T. (1991). The Emergence of Bibliotherapy As a Discipline. Reading Horizon, 31, 199-206.
· Pehrsson, D., and McMillen, P. The Bibliotherapy Education Project. Oregon State University Libraries and College of Education. http://bibliotherapy.library.oregonstate.edu/index.php
· Rubin, R.J. (1978). Using Bibliotherapy: A Guide to Theory and Practice. Oryx Press.
· Shrodes, C. (1949). Bibliotherapy: A Theoretical and Clinical Experimental Study. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California at Berkeley.
· Coon, C. (2004). Books to Grow With: A Guide to Using the Best Children's Fiction for Everyday Issues and Tough Challenges. Lutra Press.
· Grinder, M.C., Stratton, B.D., and McKenna, M.C. (1997). The Right Book, the Right Time: Helping Children Cope. Allyn and Bacon.
· Jalongo, M.R. (1983). Bibliotherapy: Literature to Promote Socioemotional Growth. The Reading Teacher, April, 796-803.
· Ouzts, D.T., and Rhett, D.C. (1988). Five Books for the Literature Program. Reading Improvement, 25, 303-10.
· Paperbacks for Educators offers books and "pass-alongs" about bibliotherapy, counseling, parenting, teaching, etc. http://www.any-book-in-print.com/
· Schultheis, M. (1972). A Guidebook for Bibliotherapy. Psychotechnics.
· Sridhar, D., and Vaughn, S. (2000). Bibliotherapy for All: Enhancing Reading Comprehension, Self-Esteem, and Behavior. Teaching Exceptional Children,| 33(2), 74-82.
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