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January 10 2009 Library Sciences Newsletter

Greetings for 2009!

Now that the major winter holidays are behind us it's time for a newsletter.

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Humorous Fiction Books For Teens

Young adults don't always heavy books. They want to laugh and enjoy themselves. Here are books that will bring a smile to your teen patrons' faces.

Recommended Pre-School Reading List

Parents often ask about books for their young children. This annotated bibliography features ABC, number, color, shape, and animal books that are just right for patrons ages birth to five.

Juvenile Books Adults Will Enjoy

Some of the best fiction and non-fiction available is written for children and pre-teens. Here is selection of books for adults.


The Web and technology are part the lives of most Western young adults. These fiction books take a new look at something we take for granted.

Philosophy and Religion Books For Teens

Young adults often want to explore larger issues and the meaning of life. These fiction books present a variety of views and philosophies.

Library News

This library news is personal. In December I had the opportunity to take an Eastern Mediterranean cruise. I had some musts for my excursions that left my guides puzzled. Why was this woman giddy over an ancient library? Fortunately my husband understood and as I lost myself he kept me from getting physically lost.

Here is my visit to the Celsus Library in Ephesus, Turkey:

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