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Lifecycle of a Library Book

From reviews to weeding, here’s what it’s like to be a book at a public library

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Penguin Random House — only one of the major publishers — publishes 15,000 print titles a year (that’s not counting ebooks)! That’s a lot of books a public library may want to acquire for their community. So library workers have a process…




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Amanda Mae

Amanda Mae

Amanda Mae is a librarian who has lived in too many states and enjoys anything involving books, history, and productivity.

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