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The Resource This is what a librarian looks like : a celebration of libraries, communities, and access to information, Kyle Cassidy

This is what a librarian looks like : a celebration of libraries, communities, and access to information, Kyle Cassidy

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This is what a librarian looks like : a celebration of libraries, communities, and access to information
Title
This is what a librarian looks like
Title remainder
a celebration of libraries, communities, and access to information
Statement of responsibility
Kyle Cassidy
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
An inspiring tribute in text and photos to librarians and libraries in all fifty American states and Canada describes the diverse backgrounds and motivations of today's librarians and includes original essays by such contributors as Neil Gaiman, George R. R. Martin, and Paula Poundstone
Cataloging source
FMG
Dewey number
020.92
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
Z682
LC item number
.C37 2017
Literary form
non fiction
This is what a librarian looks like : a celebration of libraries, communities, and access to information, Kyle Cassidy
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This is what a librarian looks like : a celebration of libraries, communities, and access to information, Kyle Cassidy
Publication
Copyright
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Includes indexes
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Contents
Introduction: Alexandria is still burning -- America's first lending library: The Library Company of Philadelphia -- A library of mud: Steve Tinney and the Tablet Room at the University of Pennsylvania -- To serve everybody: Nick Higgins, Rikers Island, and the Brooklyn Public Library -- The little library that tried: Mary Anne Antonellis and the M. N. Spear Memorial Library, Shutesbury, Massachusetts -- History you can hold: Julie Bartlett Nelson and the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library, Northampton Massachusetts -- The American Girl: Briony Zlomke Beckstrom and the Franklin Public Library, Franklin, Wisconsin -- Bringing the library to you: Bretagne Byrd and the Lewis & Clark Bookmobile, Montana -- A Public Space: Tina Ely and the Greybull Public Library, Wyoming -- The Cathedral of Learning: Candice Mack and the Los Angeles Central Library -- Archiving the past: Texas A&M and the University of Iowa: plus George R. R. Martin gives me some thoughts on libraries -- Afterword: Home again -- Words from guest authors: Neil Gaiman; Amy Dickinson; Cory Doctorow; Jeff Vandermeer; John Scalzi; Jude Deveraux; Amanda Palmer; Nancy Pearl; Paula Poundstone; Sara Farizan; Peter Sagal; Samira Ahmed; Sangu Mandanna
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ocn985618605
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Dimensions
24 cm
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Edition
First edition.
Extent
vi, 234 pages
Isbn
9780316393980
Lccn
2016953679
Other physical details
color illustrations, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)985618605

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