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Displays!; dynamic design ideas for your library step by step.


Displays!; dynamic design ideas for your library step by step.

Phillips, Susan P.

McFarland & Co.


238 pages




Phillips, a former library supervisor at Cedar Crest College, presents 45 low-cost display ideas for librarians to use to promote books related to topics like the world, nature, notable women, specific genres, people, historical events, festivities, and newsworthy topics, such as the Mayan ruins, William Shakespeare, women in film, autism, the evolution of the social network, the NASCAR speedway, Yosemite, and Bastille Day. Each idea details background, instructions for assembling the display, its origins, featured books, and ways to extend it for larger spaces, with an additional 77 ideas organized by month at the end of the book.

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Publication:Reference & Research Book News
Article Type:Book review
Date:Apr 1, 2012
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