Funded by a grant from Rhode Island Project AIDS "Walk for Life"
This Web Page came about because of the need for young adults to be able to access the most current information about HIV and AIDS. This page contains both websites and a bibliography of current titles. Volumes that are in the Greenville Public Library Collection are marked with a ribbon symbol.
Indicates title is in the Greenville Public Library
About AIDS (kit--2 Sound Cassettes with book). Syracuse, NY: New Readers Press, 1994. Intended for use in adult literacy programs. Provides basic information about AIDS.
AIDS: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, Inc., 1998. Presents both sides of arguments regarding issues such as AIDS testing and treatments.
AIDS Sourcebook: Basic Information About AIDS and HIV Infection Featuring Historical and Statistical Data, Current Research, Prevention, and Other Special Topics of Interest for Persons Living with AIDS Along with Source Listings for Further Assistance. Detroit, MI: Omnigraphics, 1995.
Ashe, Arthur. Days of Grace: A Memoir. NY. A.A. Knopf, 1993. Autobiography of the tennis star who died as a result of AIDS. Call Number: 92 ASHE
Bamforth, Nick. AIDS and the Healer Within. NY: Amethyst Books, 1993. Offers insights into new alternative treatments for HIV and AIDS.
Berer, Marge. Women and HIV/AIDS: An International Resource Book: Information, Action, and Resources on Women and HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health and Sexual Relationships. London: Pandora Press, 1993. Includes information about the disease and its prevention, as well as information on AIDS and pregnancy.
Bergman, Susan. Anonymity. NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1994. Emotional memoir of how one family deals with the death of a husband and father to AIDS.
Caufield, Charles R. The Anarchist AIDS Medical Formulary: A Guide to Guerrilla Immunology: Selected Essays. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books, 1993 Explores alternative treatments for AIDS.
Chaitow, Leon. You Don't Have to Die: Unraveling the AIDS Myth. Puyallup, WA: Future Medicine Pub., 1994. Includes information on alternative treatments for AIDS.
Chase, Clifford. The Hurry-Up Song: A Memoir of Losing My Brother. San Francisco, CA: Harper, 1995. Autobiography of the brother of a man who succumbs to the AIDS virus.
De Solla Price, Mark. Living Positively in a World with HIV/AIDS. NY. Avon Books, 1995. Suggestions for living a healthier life physically and emotionally.
Dickerson, Neal Arthur. Man, Medicine and Microbe: the Science of AIDS and Long-term Survival. Las Colinas, TX: Monument Press, 1993. Discusses political aspects of the AIDS epidemic.
Donnelly, Katherine Fair. Recovering from the Loss of a Loved One to AIDS. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1994. Includes methods of psychological healing for loved ones of AIDS patients.
Douglas, Paul Harding. The Essential AIDS Fact Book. NY: Pocket Books, 1996. Provides various information about AIDS.
Draimin, Barbara Hermie. Coping When a Parent Has AIDS. NY: Rosen Publishing Group, 1993. Explains to children whose parent has HIV/AIDS how the disease is transmitted, whom to talk to about it, and how to say goodbye. Includes a list of AIDS-related hotlines.
Draimin, Barbara Hermie. Drugs and AIDS. NY: Rosen Publishing Group, 1994. Deals with the transmission of AIDS through intravenous drug use. Call Number: Y 616.97 DRA
Draimin, Barbara Hermie. Working Together Against AIDS. NY: Rosen Publishing Group, 1995. Information on what young people can do to fight AIDS.
Fisher, Mary. Angels in Our Midst. Wakefield, RI: Moyer Bell, 1997. Photoessay of various caregivers of people with AIDS living throughout the U.S.
Fisher, Mary. I'll Not Go Quietly. Mary Fisher Speaks Out. NY: Scribner, 1995. The second collection of speeches made by Mary Fisher in her struggle with AIDS activism.
Fisher, Mary. Sleep With the Angels: A Mother Challenges AIDS. Wakefield, RI: Moyer Bell, 1994. Collection of speeches made by Mary Fisher, diagnosed with HIV in 1991.
Flynn, Tom. AIDS: Examining the Crises. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications Co., 1995. Discusses the social aspects of the disease for young people.
The following series of books, by Anna Forbes, presents various aspects of AIDS to children.
Forbes, Anna Heroes Against AIDS. NY: Rosen, 1996.
Kids with AIDS. NY: Rosen, 1996.
Living in a World with AIDS. NY: Rosen, 1996.
Myths and Facts About AIDS. NY: Rosen, 1996.
What Can You Do About AIDS? NY. Rosen, 1996.
What Is AIDS? NY. Rosen, 1996.
When Someone You Know Has AIDS. NY, Rosen
Where Did AIDS Come From? NY. Rosen.
Ford, Michael Thomas. The Voices of AIDS: Twelve Unforgettable People Talk About How AIDS Has Changed Their Lives. NY: Morrow Junior Books, 1995. Interviews with twelve people whose lives have been touched in some way by the AIDS epidemic.
Fowler, Bev. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About AIDS, But Were Afraid to Ask. Basking Ridge, NJ: J&M Publishing, 1997. Discusses various aspects of the disease.
Funberg, David. Queer and Loathing: Rants and Raves of a Raging AIDS Clone. NY: Viking Press, 1994. Autobiography of a gay man with AIDS.
Garwood, Anne. What Everyone Can Do to Fight AIDS. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1995. Provides basic information about the disease and how it can be stopped.
Greif, Judith. AIDS Care at Home: A Guide for Caregivers, Loved Ones and People with AIDS. NY: John Witey and Sons, 1994. An informative book about how to care for an AIDS patient at home.
Hein, Karen. AIDS, Trading Fears for Facts: A Guide for Young People. Yonkers, NY: Consumer Reports Books, 1993. Explains how the AIDS virus is transmitted, how it can affect the body, and how it can be prevented.
Hyde, Margaret O. AIDS: What Does It Mean to You? NY: Walker and Co., 1996.Discusses causes, symptoms and treatment of AIDS. Examines the advances made in slowing the process of the disease.
Jussim, Daniel. AIDS HIV: Risky Business. Springfield, NJ: Enslow Pub., 1997.Presents the latest facts about the virus that causes AIDS while providing insight on emotional effects of the disease.
Kalichman, Seth. Answering Your Questions About AIDS. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 1996. Answers many questions people have about the disease.
Kelly, Pat. Coping When You or a Friend Is HIV-Positive. NY: Rosen Publishing Group, 1995. Information on HIV/AIDS symptoms, transmission, testing and communicating with friends and relatives about AIDS. Call Number: Y 362.1 KEL
Kloser, Patricia. The Woman's HIV Sourcebook: A Guide to Better Health and Well-Being. Dallas, TX: Taylor Publishing Company, 1994. Provides comprehensive medical information, advice on coping psychologically with HIV/AIDS, and legal and financial concerns.
Lamb, William. How I Cured Myself of AIDS: A Self-Treatment Handbook of Procedures for Treating HIV Positive and AIDS Conditions. Jerico Springs, MO: Behr and Lamb, 1994.Explores alternative treatments for HIV/AIDS.
Lerman-Golomb, Barbara. AIDS. Austin, TX: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1995. Informs readers about transmission of AIDS, communicating with others about prevention, living with AIDS and the emotions and politics surrounding the epidemic. Call Number: Y 616.97 LER
LeVert, Marianne. AIDS: A Handbook for the Future. Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press, 1996. Presents medical, social and psychological issues relating to AIDS in a clear way for young adults.
Living Well with HIV and AIDS. ed. Allen L. Gifford (et al.) Palo Alto, CA: Bull Publishing, 1996. Helps patients to overcome day-to-day physical and emotional problems of AIDS. Call Number: 362.1969792 LIV
Manning, Karen. AIDS: Can This Epidemic Be Stopped? NY: Twenty-First Century Books, 1995. Current medical, social and political issues concerning AIDS.
McCauslin, Mark. AIDS. NY: Maxwell Macmillan International, 1995. Provides children with the basic information of the disease.
Medina, John. Uncovering the Mystery of AIDS. Nashville, TN: T. Nelson, 1993.
Pike, Earl C. We Are All Living with AIDS: How You Can Set Policies and Guidelines for the Workplace. Minneapolis, MN: Deaconess Press, 1993. Includes information on hygiene and personnel management.
Positively Women: Living with AIDS. Sue O'Sullivan and Kate Thomson, ed. San Francisco: Pandora, 1996. Interviews with women AIDS patients.
Rabkin, Judith. Good Doctors, Good Patients: Partners in HIV Treatment. NY: NCM Publishers, 1994. Explores the relationship between doctors, patients and family members.
Rose, Patti Renee. In Search of Serenity: A Black Family's Struggle with the Threat of AIDS. Chicago: Third World Press, 1993.
Rotello, Gabriel. Sexual Ecology: AIDS and the Destiny of Gay Men. NY: Dutton, 1997.
Sachs, Judith. When Someone You Love Has AIDS. NY: Dell Publishing, 1995. Information on how to deal with the psychological aspects
Schorib, B. D. AIDS and HIV in Perspective: A Guide to Understanding the Virus and the Consequences. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1994. Call Number: 616.9792 SCH
Sergios, Paul A. One Boy at War: My Life in the AIDS Underground. NY: A.A. Knopf,1993
Shire, Amy. Everything You Need to Know About Being HIV Positive. NY: Rosen Publishing Group, 1994. Call Number: Y362.1 SHI
Sirimarco, Elizabeth. AIDS. NY: Marshall Cavendish, 1994. Discusses the transmission of AIDS, how it affects the body, treatments and its impact on society.
Solway, Diane. A Dance Against Time. NY: Pocket Books, 1994. Biography of Joffrey Ballet star Edward Stierle, who at the age of 19 tested positive for HIV. Call Number: 92 STIERLE
The Spread of AIDS. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 1997. Presents articles about the political, social and educational aspects of AIDS transmission, prevention and treatment. Call Number: Y362.1 SPR
Stine, Gerald James. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Biological, Medical, Social and Legal Issues. Englewood Cliff, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1993.
Taylor, Barbara. Everything You Need to Know About AIDS. NY: Rosen Publishing Group, 1995. Discusses the disease, its discovery, causes, transmission, treatment and methods for protection against it.
Tonks, Douglas. Teaching AIDS. NY: Routledge, 1996.
Until the Cure: Caring for Women with HIV. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1993.
Valdiserri, Ronald O. Gardening in Clay: Reflections on AIDS. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994. Presents psychological and social aspects of the disease.
Westman, Randall Perry. Trust, AIDS and Your Dentist. San Antonio, TX: Sweettooth Publishing Co., 1993. Provides the proper questions to ask a dentist regarding AIDS, as well as steps that you and your dentist can take to protect yourselves. Call Number: 616.97 WES
Willner, Robert E. Deadly Deception. Boca Raton, FL: Peltec Publishing, 1994. Includes the subtitle: " The Proof That Sex and HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS."
Wolf, Bernard. HIV Positive. NY: Dutton Children's Books, 1997. Relates to children the story of a 29 year old mother of two who has contracted AIDS.
Bess, Clayton. The Mayday Rampage: A Novel. Sacremento, CA: Lookout Press, 1993. High School journalists Jesse and Molly create an upheaval at school and in their community as they strive to write and publish a series of frank articles about AIDS for the school newspaper.
Cooper, Melrose. Life Magic. NY: Holt, 1996. Crystal's strong family helps her deal with being put in a remedial reading class and discovering that her uncle is dying of AIDS.
Davis, Deborah. My Brother Has AIDS. NY: Atheneum, 1994. When her older brother returns home because he is dying of AIDS, 13 year old Lacy deals with changes in her family life, in relationships with classmates, and in her committment to the swimming team.
Fox, Paula. The Eagle Kite: A Novel. NY: Orchard Books, 1995. Liam's father has AIDS and his family cannot talk about it until Liam reveals a secret that he has tried to deny. Call Number: Y P FOX
Neale, Jonathan. The Laughter of Heroes. NY: Serpent's Tail, 1993.
Nelson, Theresa. Earthshine: A Novel. NY: Orchard Books, 1994. Slim watches over her father, a disarmingly charismatic man, as his struggle with AIDS reaches its climax.
Porte, Barbara Ann. Something Terrible Happened: A Novel. Twelve year old Gillian is sent away from her mother who is dying of AIDS to live with her relatives in Tennessee.
AIDS, the Untold Story. NY: Gary Null and Associates, [1995?]. Explores alternative treatments for AIDS.
Is AZT Right For Me? An Educational Video for People Living with HIV Disease. Research Triangle Park, NC: Burroughs Welcome Co., 1994. Introduces the viewer to people across the U.S. who are living with HIV and to the health-care providers who treat them. Includes their experiences with AZT.
Philadelphia. Burbank, CA: Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1994. Feature film about two lawyers who join together to sue a prestigious law firm when the firm fires one of them because he has AIDS.
Silverlake Life the View from Here. NY: New Video, 1993. Presents the story of Tom Joslin and Mark Massi, a gay couple who both have AIDS.