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BOOK REVIEW – Behind the Museum Door
This one-of-a-kind book of poems about museums mixes art, science, and history with the art of poetry writing.

BOOK REVIEW – Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery
What a historic journey of New York City’s movers and shakers!

BOOK REVIEW – Exhibit Labels
Exhibit Labels by Beverly Serrell is a wonderful introduction for the novice museum writer, as well as a guide to improving the well-seasoned writer's exhibit label copy.

BOOK REVIEW – Fancy Nancy at the Museum
This adorable children’s book feature a museum field trip and new vocabulary words.

BOOK REVIEW – If Dishes Could Talk
If you’re looking for one book that will give you a great overview of old china, this is it!

BOOK REVIEW – Maisy Goes to the Museum
This children’s book is a great introduction to museums for kids 2 and older!

BOOK REVIEW – Museum Careers, A Practical Guide
This is the most complete book I’ve seen addressing all of the issues you will encounter when pursuing a museum career – both the good and the bad! Highly recommended.

BOOK REVIEW – Museum Trip
This picture book tells the story of a fun, mysterious trip to an art museum.

BOOK REVIEW – Museums in Motion
Museums in Motion covers every aspect of the museum field – from collecting and preserving artifacts to exhibiting and interpreting them. The book is a wonderful introduction to the field for both students and museum visitors.

BOOK REVIEW – Only Yesterday
This book about the Roaring Twenties, written in 1931, has both a contemporary and historical perspective on the decade. A must read for any 1920s enthusiast!!

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