The Call Number, Volume 20, Number 5, February 1959 Page: 20
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SOME NPT TITLES IN THE LIBRARY FIEED
A"jRTCAN LIBRhRY ANThJAL AND BOOK TRADE ALtNAC, 958-59. BPovkr. $4.25
1I6. :~T .he hth s~m -i d:ivin Tha 3d edition was descr,.ibed in the
Dql:1 a~"d. ITTSTGT- OF TtIE I3OO. 1st English ed. New York, Scarecrow, 1958.
E'~v- ~i.t ,,ring and books in antiquity, dascr-bes , .ting forms, etc.,
an-l b-irgs nmtor1., dc:n t3 the present. Thero a.re god i tlu"ztr ions,
F O x' . r " C.O o .
FIE T P3':TGORK .. L'jTRARINSTPJ. London, Library Association, 1958. $8.o.
1i.. fiv-y 3ar ti-olicgr3nhy will take the p'ace of hea .r.mer annual
L:'A'ligrapyi , THE Y T 'S WCORK IN LIBRARICANSHI?, which ceased with the 1950
Foxon, Davi.d Firweather,, THE TECHNIQUE OF BIPLIOGRAPHY. Cambridge, England,
pu' i hed for the Natio-al! Book League, 1955. 20p. $1.00.
rider r fror. BrJcK r~ T BsCk Shliop, Austin, Texs.
Deals with sy'stsmatic dsac-i. ion and history of books.
JOHN COTTON DAMN: THE CENTENNTIAL GONVOCATION: addresses by Arthur T. Vanderbilt
and L , Quncy Mumford, wi, h a prefatory note by James E. Brown. New
Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers, 1957, $2.75.
McCune, Dorothy. A HANDBOOK FOR STUDENT LIBR RY ASSISTANTS. Knt, Ohio, Dept.
of L.S., Kent State University, 1958. (Student papers, no. 1) Mimeographed,
Handbook that outlines the duties of student library assistants,
compensation, clubs, etc. Especially valuable for school librarians.
Mirphay, Robert, W. HOrT AND IERE TO LOOK IT UP; A CJIDE TO STANDARD SOURCES OF
INFORMATION. New York, McGraw-Hill, 198, .1 , .$1.
Over 3,900 reference sources are indexed and axnn ro'a-ted. For layman as well
Smith, Irene. HISTORY OF THE NEU.BERY AND CALDECOTT iMDALS. Viking, 1957. 140p.
Not only lists Neiwrbery and Caldecott meda3 winner. chronologically, but
also gives runners.-up for each year; descri bes the procedure and some of the
operational difficulties entailed in making %electios; evaluates the
influence of the books on children's literature.
SOURCES OF FREE AND INEXPENSIVE EDUCATIONAL NTERIILiS. Chicago, Field Enterprises
Educational Corp., 1958, $$5.00
This contains a list of agencies, and their adr eses which put out inex-
pensive materials) much of which is for the Vertical File.
Strang, Ruth, Ethlyne Phelps, and Dorothy Withrow. GATEWAYS TO READABBLE BOOKS.
An annotated graded list of books in many fields for adolescents who find
reading difficult. 3d ed. H.U. Wilson, 198. 181:p. $3.00.
Bibliography intended for use with retarded readers of high school age.
Estimated grade level of reading difficulty indicated for each book.
Wheeler, Joseph L. THE EFFECTIVE LCCATION OF PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDINGS. Urbana,
Ill., University of Illinois Library School, 1958 SO0p. il.00.
This special issue describes the do's and don't's in planning a library,
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