Created and Maintained by A.B. Credaro
December 26, 2002
MORE NEW BOOKS
FOR REALISTIC LIBRARIES
At Home with Books
A must-have for people who want to build a professional-looking home library at little or no cost.
*Getting a borrower card under a false name.
*Address redirection tips for overdue notices.
*Theft without Guilt.
Particularly suited to those with little or no dictionary usage experience, this book particularly caters for people with minimal vocabulary and spelling skills.
Cataloging and Classification: More Stuff to Confuse You
For students of librarianship, this book will provide a comprehensive guide to the intricacies of library organization. This definitive text will guide you to formalizing your decision as to whether or not you are suited to a career in cataloging.
Especially useful for people who have spent the last 12 months in a coma, or watching cable TV (or any combination of the two). Comprehensive coverage of events that other people will know about but you won't have heard of.
Libraries that have heavy comic or computer use will find that patrons may be prevented from becoming social isolates by scanning this book - provided you promote it heavily enough for them to look at it.
Careers Featuring Really Low Pay and Bad Working Conditions
For the masochistic or ulturistic, a range of library careers are explained in detail. Arranged alphabetically, from Acquisitions to Young Adults Librarianship, this book explains not only the specifics of specialities, but also the cross-relationship between them.
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