research and publications
Pattee, A. S. (2011). Reading the Adolescent Romance: "Sweet Valley High" and the Popular Young Adult Romance Novel. NY: Routledge.
Pattee, A. S. (2013). Developing Library Collections for Today's Young Adults. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.
academic journal articles
Moeller, R., Pattee, A., and Leeper, A. (2011). The young adult voice in research about young adults.The Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults 2 (1).
Pattee, A. S. (2009). When in doubt, choose 'B': Encoding teenage girls' magazine quizzes. Feminist Media Studies, 9 (2),193-207.
Pattee, A. S. (2008). What do you know? Applying the K-W-L Model to the reference transaction with children. Children and Libraries, 6 (1), 30-39.
Pattee, A.S. (2008). Sexual fantasy: The queer utopia of David Levithan's Boy Meets Boy. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 33 (2),156-171.
Pattee, A. S. (2007). Considering popular fiction and library practices of recommendation: The literary status of "The Clique" and its historical progenitors. Library Quarterly, 78 (1), 71-98.
Pattee, A.S. (2006). Commodities in literature, literature as commodity: A close look at the "Gossip Girl" series. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 31 (2), 154-175.
Pattee, A.S. (2004). Disturbing the peace: The function of young adult literature and the case of Catherine Atkins' When Jeff Comes Home. Children's Literature in Education, 35 (3), 241-255.
Pattee, A.S. (2004). Mass market mortification: The developmental appropriateness of teen magazines and the embarrassing story standard. Library Quarterly, 74 (1), 1-20.
Pattee, A.S. (2003). Liberating literacy: Uncovering the ideology and expanding the practice. Libri, 53, 210-220.
Mu, X., Pattee, A.S., Marchionini, G. (2003). The Interactive Shared Educational Environment: User Interface, System Architecture and Field Study. Proceedings of the 3rd ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. Houston, Texas, May 27-31, Pages: 291-300.
Pattee, A. (2014). Rethinking library collections for young adults. Young Adult Library Services, 12 (3), 14-16.
Pattee, A. S. (2009). Expedient, but at what cost? School Library Journal, 55 (1), 20-21.
Pattee, A.S. (2008). Street fight: Welcome to the world of urban lit. School Library Journal, 54 (7), 26-30.
Pattee, A. S. (2008). Sweet Valley High: A second look. Horn Book, 84 (4), 413-417.
Pattee, A. (2007). Rethinking "Racy Reads." School Library Journal 53 (1), 30-31.
Pattee, A.S. (2006). The secret source: Sexually explicit young adult literature as an information source. Young Adult Library Services, 4 (2), 30-38.
Pattee, A. S. (2007). Youth Information Seeking Behavior II: Contexts, Theories, Models, and Issues, edited by Mary K. Chelton and Colleen Cool. Library and Information Science Research, 29 (4), 581-583.
Pattee, A. (2007). Viewing girlhood in media’s mirror [bibliographic essay] Feminist Collections, 28 (3), 11-15.
Pattee, A. S. (2007). Studying Children’s Questions: Imposed and Self-Generated Information Seeking at School, by Melissa Gross. Library and Information Science Research, 29 (1), 149-152.
Pattee, A. S. (2006). Using Sources Effectively: Strengthening Your Writing and Avoiding Plagiarism, 2nd ed., by Robert A. Harris. Library and Information Science Research, 28 (2), 344-346.
Pattee, A. (2007). “I Know What Your Did Last Summer,” “King Dork,” and “Tangerine” [reviews]. In Daniel Hahn and Leonie Flynn (Eds.), The Ultimate Teen Book Guide (pp. 170, 194, 350). NY: Walker and Co.
Pattee, A. S. (2007). “Judy Blume,” “Forever . . . ,” “Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret,” and “Trixie Belden” [encyclopedia entries]. In Claudia A. Mitchell and Jacqueline Reid-Walsh (Eds.), Girl Culture: An Encyclopedia (pp. 191-192, 298-299, 150, 583-584). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.