You’ll find them all at the back of the second floor, with the exception of Russian books, which are shelved at the back of the third floor. ¡Feliz lectura!
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Since this spring’s college graduates are entering one of the toughest job markets in decades, they’ll need advice and assistance to take the first steps toward a successful career. The library can help, with resources on networking, writing resumes, interviewing and landing a job that matches the applicant’s strengths. If you’re looking for your first job, or you know someone who is, check out our new offerings, including Knock ’Em Dead 2009: The Ultimate Job Search Guide and You Majored in What? Mapping Your Path from Chaos to Career.
And don’t forget the resources in our online Career Center, our Job Search blog, or our online databases, which can help you to explore careers, research businesses, or take practice tests.The Library also offers a class in Applying for a Job Online (if you can’t make it to a class, you can view the class handout here.) See a Reference Librarian if you need help.
See what the library staff is recommending in our annual Books Librarians Give list!
And here’s more:
The Books of ’08 from WBUR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook.
NPR has a whole page of “Best Books” lists, covering booksellers’ picks, fiction, crime & mystery novels, graphic novels, foreign fiction, cookbooks, and more.
And Book Group Buzz has a roundup of a few more lists here.
Interestingly, none of these lists overlap very much, demonstrating that there’s a great book out there for everyone!
Books make great gifts? Why? Read more here (with more gift book ideas, too!).
Do you have holiday gift favorites? Click here to comment and add your own suggestions!
If you enjoy listening to audiobooks–whether checked out of the library on tape or CD, or downloaded–you might be interested in the Audiobooker blog. Written by a “teacher, librarian, and audiobook addict,” the blog has listening suggestions, links to free downloadable audiobooks, information on MP3 players, and more. Happy listening!