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Here are the top ten articles for the Library Sciences Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Review of Sisters of Treason
Royal fiction popularity has skyrocketed since Philippa Gregory began her Queen Series. There is a new series to recommend to patrons by Elizabeth Fremantle and the latest title is Sisters of Treason.
2. Books for Sixth Graders
Looking for something for your sixth-grader to read? Here is a list of great stories for boys and girls alike that will keep that summer slide to a minimum.
3. Books That Change Lives
There are many books on the market and in the library. But some of them have the power to change your life or your outlook on it. Here are some of my favorites.
4. Getting to Yes
In any business, customer service is the key to retaining customers. In a library, it is even more so.
5. Internet Research Lesson Plan
A lesson plan that teaches students about the problems with Internet research.
6. Tick Tock Readers!
Encourage patrons to expand their reading time with this clock.
7. Reference Resources for Genealogist Patrons
The plethora of genealogical reference books can overwhelm any librarian trying to decide what to add to a collection. Here are my recommendations for the must-haves for any reference collection.
8. Downloading MARC Records From the Library of Congress
Adding catalog records can be time consuming and costly. The Library of Congress provides a free option from their online catalog.
9. Dyslexia and Library Service
With 20 in every 100 people having some form of dyslexia libraries need to address how to best serve this patron group.
10. Flossie and the Fox : Story and Activities
Lessons from a smart girl will delight readers as Flossie matches wits with a fox. Enjoy this American version of Little Red Riding Hood.
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