The changing American family is now more diverse than ever. These GLTBQ memoirs will offer many perspectives on what is no longer a one-size-fits-all concept. These 23 titles and online resources and apps will be helpful to a variety of library users.
In connection with Veterans Day and this month’s “Collection Development” piece that Ed Burgess (EB) and I (MH) wrote on World War I, we thought we’d chat about our World War I-related hobbies. EB: I’m a modeler. I admit it freely, without shame. I don’t have the collector’s obsessive gene that you have, Margaret. MH: […]
Ebooks. Self publishing. Platforms, platforms, platforms. It’s hard enough to keep up now; what will collection development librarians’ jobs look like in 2020? At LJ’s Day of Dialog, held May 29 at the McGraw-Hill auditorium in New York City, Christopher Platt, Director, Collections and Circulation Operations, New York Public Library, put that question to a panel of librarians and a publisher.
Readers’ advisory and collection development librarians of the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), a division of the American Library Association, list top fiction, nonfiction, reference, and audiobook titles. Winners of The Dartmouth Medal, The Sophie Brody Medal, Listen Lists and Reading Lists.
It’s December with temps in the 30s; I guess autumn really is over. I had fun extending my triathlon season into October, but all good things must end, including the only book I really sat down with over the past few months, Color Stories by Benjamin Moore (covered below). I relied on my minions to […]