Readers, Reading, and Librarians
This vital book reaffirms librarians'enthusiasm for books and readers in the midst of the evolution of libraries-from reading centers to information centers where librarians are now Web masters, information scientists, and media experts. Readers, Reading, and Librarians explores the future of the book as a medium. With nearly two hundred open-ended interviews with readers who read for pleasure, this book looks at how and why they choose or reject certain books.
Readers, Reading, and Librarians examines:
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Editor Katz has assembled a readable, thoughtful, and thought-provoking collection of articles on various aspects of books, reading, and libraries, with a primary focus on reader's advisory services ... Read full review
Remembrance of Things Pastand Future
The Books Remarkable Longevity in the Face of
Some Speculation on the Future of the Book
Fiction and Public Libraries
Books Are for Use? Keeping the Faith in Reading
A Librarians Thoughts on Reading
Constructing the Canon of Children's Literature: Beyond Library Walls and ...
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