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Pop Goes the Library: The Book » Reviews: Print

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Two New Reviews!

You like us, you really like us! Thank you so much. We’ve created a handy one-stop shop for reviews, right here: Pop! Go The Reviews.

Ruth Kneale, in Marketing Library Services (subscription only):

This book is so chock-full of great ideas, it even got me thinking about programs for the public—and I am a die-hard systems librarian, happier in the guts of the computer room than I am talking with users. If this book gets someone like me thinking about displays, events, and programs tied into popular culture, what can it do for you?

Prudence Jones, in Baker & Taylor’s January 2009 CATS Meow Newsletter:

An essential read for all those involved in children and teen services.

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The Library Journal Review

If you happened to hear only quasi-professional shrieks of delight emanating from the general direction of New Jersey at some point on Saturday morning, that would have been the collective squeeing of Liz & I, upon reading the Library Journal review of Pop Goes the Library:

[T]his is an exciting and essential book for those librarians ready to take up the challenge of keeping their libraries relevant to the communities they serve.

To say that we are delighted with this review would be akin to saying that we, y’know, kind of, sort of like reading. Sometimes.

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