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  1. Who Next...?: A Guide to Children's Authors by Mary Yardley
  2. Who Next...?: A Guide to Children's Authors by Norah Irvin
  3. Public Record Office Souvenir Guide by Public Record Office
  4. New to Kew? by Jane Cox
  5. Protestant Nonconformity and Roman Catholicism: A Guide to Sources in the Public Record Office by David Shorney
  6. Building an Electronic Resource Collection: A Practical Guide by Stuart D. Lee

    Building an Electronic Resource Collection: A Practical Guide by Stuart D. Lee

    $9.30

    Guides the information professional step-by-step through building and managing an electronic resource collection. It outlines the range of electronic products currently available in abstracting and indexing, bibliographic, and other services and then describes how to effectively select, evaluate and purchase them. Learn More
  7. The Design and Construction of the British Library by Colin St. John Wilson

    The Design and Construction of the British Library by Colin St. John Wilson

    $9.53

    The British Library at St Pancras in London opens to the public in April 1998. This text, whose author has spent his working life on the project, describes the various schemes for the building from the 1960s when they were first proposed, through to the completion phase of the present design. Learn More
  8. Reading for Fun: A Study of How Parents and Libraries Encouraged Children Aged 9-12 to Read for Enjoyment by Dina Thorpe
  9. Rude Words: History of the London Library by John Wells

    Rude Words: History of the London Library by John Wells

    $9.54

    A history to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Library, this book contains anecdotes and stories about a place that is less a library than a way of life. Learn More
  10. Classification Made Simple by Eric J. Hunter

    Classification Made Simple by Eric J. Hunter

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    Introduces the essentials of classification as used for information storage and retrieval. The book offers basic principles and practical examples. As an introductory test, it should aid those who need to classify specialist information or set up a small information unit. Learn More

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