Best Books for Public Libraries by Steven Arozena
The 10,000 Top Fiction & Nonfiction Titles

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The subtitle tells us all we need to know about the contents, and the publisher's reputation tells us the rest … beautifully compiled … with thorough subject, title and author indexes. Reference Reviews

It's surprising how quickly a new reference can come to seem essential when it brings together previously uncompiled information. Such is the case with this guide… Reference & Research Book News

I find this book an excellent collection development tool that renders its rivals obsolete … I have used it several times to get patrons on the right track for their reading wants and needs. Wilson Library Bulletin

Based on positive reviews from respected sources (Library Journal, Booklist, Choice, The New Yorker, The New York Times Books Review, Atlantic, Time, Newsweek and others), this cornerstone resource gives you all the information you need to evaluate, choose and order any of more than 10,000 ESSENTIAL books for your collection. Best Books for Public Libraries divides titles into two parts: fiction (by genre) and nonfiction (by Dewey Decimal classes). Entries identify award winners, best-sellers, and large-type editions, in addition to providing the title, author, publication date, publisher, price, edition, ISBN, a brief annotation, and citations for published reviews.


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Published January 30, 1992 by Libraries Unlimited. 852 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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