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Latest revision as of 07:52, 20 August 2006

Librarians and other readers are invited to become contributors this this democratic book review aimed at helping librarians select books for their collections. While reviewers are free from editorial restrictions, they are urged to consider Elements for Basic Reviews: A Guide for Writers and Readers of Reviews of Works in All Mediums and Genres. The goal is well-written, entertaining reviews that will help librarians connect books and readers and fulfill Ranganathan's Five Rules for Library Science.

Nonfiction Book Reviews


Fiction Book Reviews


Books for Teens Reviews


Audiobooks


eBooks


Reference Books