OUR LIBRARY: The Story of a School Library That Works by Phyllis R. Fenner

OUR LIBRARY: The Story of a School Library That Works

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Doublelist this for your Parents and Teachers' shelf (see page 101). It should prove very constructive and stimulating to school librarians, to teachers who are uncertain to what extent the school library can meet their needs, to parents who should understand the extent to which library work is of value to their children. The philosophy of the school library, in addition to the operation, the means of interesting the children and so on, as put forth by a successful librarian in a Long Island school. Lists of books make it of good reference and bibliographical value.

Pub Date: Feb. 16th, 1942
Publisher: John Day