Output Measures for Public Library Service to Children: A Manual of Standardized Procedures Walter 1992 I love me some output measures! Mary and I wrote the book on making stuff count. (Feel free to pony up $80 and buy a
Managing the Public Library 2nd ed. Sager 1989 In honor of National Library Week, we have a few bonus posts to make sure you are also thinking about your professional collection. (When was that last weeded?) This relic was published
Sense and Sensibility Austen original: 1811 Submitter: A super boring textbook from the 90s or a classic in large print? Which Dashwood sister is banished to the red chair in the futuristic building? So many public domain images could have been
Jinny Williams: Library Assistant Temkin and Hovell 1962 I have been on the lookout for a copy of this book since we first posted it 5 years ago. Finally my constant searching on Amazon and used book stores has paid
Librarians A to Z Johnson 1988 Submitter: When I first started at this job back in 2000 , we were still using those flip ledgers that women is using on the back cover. It seemed ancient then. After two weeks,
The Library Tree Peake 1972 As we close out National Library Week, we have yet another romance in the stacks. Our librarian wanna-be is Carolyn, who got the job at the library thanks to her powerful and connected uncle. Naturally,
Planning and Role Setting for Public Libraries: A Manual of Operations and Procedures McClure, Owen, Zweizig, Lynch, and Van House 1987 My library hired a new Director when our previous Director retired a while ago. As she read all the
Holiday Greetings from ALB!
As we put the final touches on our “Best of 2014” list, Holly and I have made a list of statements we (or one of our co-workers) have made over the years. Show this to your non-library friends whenever they act like they know what library work is all about. We thought you might have some to share too. Please add yours to the comments!
Peace, Love, and Stable Funding for 2015,
Holly and Mary