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May is "National Get Caught Reading Month"
A Select Bibliography of Resources at Palomar College Library


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The books listed below may be found at Palomar College Library.  For location and additional information about each title, click the blue hyperlinks.  You may search the catalog of Palomar College Library for additional information, or search the catalogs of other libraries.

LB 2395.3 .A33 2001
Adams, W. Royce.  Developing Reading Versatility. Fort Worth: Harcourt College Publishers, 2001.

PN311 .W5 Z9 2005
Barron, Neil. What Do I Read Next?: A Readerís Guide to Current Genre Fiction. Detroit: Gale, 2005.

PN311 .W5 Z9 1997
Castro, Rafaela G.  What Do I Read Next?: Multicultural Literature. Detroit: Gale, 1997.

LB1050.45 .C443 2000
Chesla, Elizabeth L.  Read Better, Remember More.  New York: Learning Express, 2000.

Z1035.9 .P38 2003
Peal, Nancy. Book Lust: Recommended Reading for Every Mood, Moment, and Reason. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2003.

Z992 .P38 1999
Rabinowitz, Harold, ed.  A Passion for Books.  New York: Three Rivers Press, 1999.

LB1573.5 .T68 2006
Trelease, Jim. The Read-Aloud Handbook. New York: Penguin Books, 2006.


The full-text of these articles may be found by clicking on the blue hyperlink.  Find additional articles in other online databases.  Passwords are required for off campus access to these databases.

Jones, M. (2007, March 19). Our books, ourselves; Baby boomers and their books--it's a love story where nobody ever said he was sorry. Except, perhaps, for 'Love Story' itself. [Column]. Newsweek, 59.  Retrieved April 9, 2007, from InfoTrac Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center (A160446581).

LeGuin, U. (2006, December 18). Imaginary friends: Tales of talking animals and fantastical adventure aren't just for children, argues Ursula Le Guin--we can and should return to them throughout our lives. (Books). New Statesman, 135(4823-4825), 86-88. Retrieved April 9, 2007, from Literature Resource Center (A157038065).

Washington, T. (2007, January 21). A Librarian's Lament: Books Are a Hard Sell. The Washington Post, p. B.3. Retrieved April 9, 2007, from ProQuest Newspapers (119828249).

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