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Librarian"s Guides to Developing Christian Fiction Collections

Barbara Jean Walker

Librarian"s Guides to Developing Christian Fiction Collections

by Barbara Jean Walker

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Published by Neal-Schuman Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acquisitions & collection development,
  • Library & Information Science,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages575
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12026351M
    ISBN 101555705472
    ISBN 109781555705473
    OCLC/WorldCa173082186

    Graphic novels are not just for kids – in fact the average age of the comic reader is estimated to be between 25 and 35! This hip new resource- from the acclaimed author of The Librarian’s Guide to Graphic Novels for Children and Tweens David Serchay- is an in-depth guide to understanding, building, and managing an optimal collection of graphic novels that is targeted to.   The American Association of School Librarians (AASL, a division of ALA) recommends an outcomes-based assessment process initially set forth in , in Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning, a guide for school librarians in helping students flourish in a learning community not limited by time, place, age, occupation or disciplinary borders.

    In The Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Young Adults Barbara J. Walker offers a definition that is neither too specific nor too broad. She defines CF as "works reflecting biblically (Old and New Testament) based attitudes, philosophies, and actions in their storylines through whatever fictional genre, whether fantasy, mystery, realistic fiction, etc.". The librarian's guide to developing Christian fiction collections for young adults by Walker, Barbara J.

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Librarian"s Guides to Developing Christian Fiction Collections by Barbara Jean Walker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Barbara Walker, author of Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Children and Adults (), has written this comprehensive guide that meets the specific reading interests of children and families. This guide: • Helps librarians understand Christian fiction and its originsAuthor: Barbara J.

Walker. SinceBarbara Walker has been showing media specialists how to develop collections of Christian fiction for children and adults. In her new guides, she has compiled core groups of books, literary series, DVDs, and videos, intended to Author: Barbara J.

Walker. The librarian's guide to developing Christian fiction collections for adults by Walker, Barbara J., unknown edition, The librarian's guide to developing Christian fiction collections for adults ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:   The Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Young Adults (Book): Walker, Barbara J.: Book NewsWalker, a public library manager in South Carolina, recommends Christian books, videos, and DVDs to add to the young adult collection in this guide for librarians.

The Librarian's Guide To Developing Christian Fiction Collections For Young Adults by Barbara J. Walker (Library Manager, Nancy Carson Library, North Augusta, South Carolina) among the most well written and "user-friendly" works guiding the reader through a complete and thorough process enabling better subject matter, greater satisfaction and an overall education for future.

The librarian's guide to developing Christian fiction collections for adults. Walker, Barbara J. Neal-Schuman pages $ Paperback Z Walker compiles an annotated list of approximately books in two sections--books and series--and categorizes them by genre.

Fiction in libraries (1) Fiction in libraries (1) History and criticism 25 books every Christian should read a guide to the essential spiritual classics by Renovare. Format: The librarian's guide to developing Christian fiction collections for adults by Walker, Barbara J.

Format: Print Book. The Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Children. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Readers' Advisory The various guides we use for readers' advisory can also be used for selection.

Christian fiction has much to offer and can be a great part of any reader's book collection. Our list of recommended Christian fiction books includes selections from bestselling authors and up-and-coming writers with stories full of elements like romance, suspense, history, current events, faith, and forgiveness.

Christian fiction is becoming an increasinly important genre, and its inclusion in collections can bring a new community of users into your library. This guide helps librarians understand Christian fiction and its origins; offers suggestions for establishing selection guidelines and policies; compiles a core list of recommended books and series.

GUIDELINES FOR A COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT POLICY USING THE CONSPECTUS MODEL International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Section on Acquisition and Collection Development Foreword This booklet is a brief guide on how to write a collection development policy, making use of the Conspectus methodology.

The official publication of the ACL, The Christian Librarian serves to publish articles, provide a membership forum, and encourage writing. Issues include the Christian interpretation of librarianship, theory and practice of library science, bibliographic essays, reviews, and human interest articles relating to books and libraries.

The Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for 10 copies, 1 review Techniques for Reading Assessment and Instruction 6 copies Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Adults 6 copies.

How to Build Christian Fiction Library Collections Libraries and Christian Fiction Collection Development Considerations Selection Criteria Censorship Issues 3. How to Market Christian Fiction Collections Display Policies Community Outreach The Five B's: Bookmarks, Brochures, Book Signings.

Understanding the Genre 2. Building Library Collections 3. Promoting Christian Fiction Part II: Core Collection Recommendations for Adults 4. Christian Fiction for Adults 5. Christian Fiction Series 6. DVDs and Videos Part III: Collection Development Resource Material 7.

Christian Fiction Awards 8. Christian Fiction Authors 9. Biblical Worldview is maintained by Israel Wayne, author and popular conference speaker. Over the years, he has spoken on worldview and apologetics issues at churches, conferences and events across the country and world.

Try the CBD Reader today with any of these FREE eBooks. And remember, you can always read a sample of all other eBooks before making your purchase. IASL is committed to supporting the development of school libraries around the world.

Please contact a Board member or the International Development SIG for advice. Library Manuals Beginners' Guide to School Library Organisation, () by Rose Damon, Education Library and Information Services of the Western Cape Education Department.

Resources for Christian libraries and librarians, however, are a little harder to find. I’ve compiled a list of resources that have been helpful to me. Not all of them are directly related to Christian school libraries, but they may be helpful anyways.

Associations, Organizations & Publications. Association of Christian Librarians. For Librarians: Teen Genreflecting: A Guide to Reading Interests by Diana Tixier Herald,Libraries Unlimited Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Children by Barbara Walker,Neal-Schuman Librarian's Guide to Developing Christian Fiction Collections for Adults by Barbara Walker.

Book Reviews. Reviews in The Christian Librarian are directed primarily to librarians, who use them in the selection of materials and in providing reference services. College and seminary faculty and students also make use of the reviews.

Resources Available for Review Please continue reading below for the non-fiction guidelines. If you are reviewing a fiction title, please explore the fiction.Electronic library. Download books free. Finding books | B–OK. Download books for free.

Find books.Editors Note: This collection is excerpted from the book 25 Books Every Christian Should Read with an introduction by the book's editor, Julia L. Roller. Throughout the centuries certain books have had a tremendous influence on Christians across traditions and cultures.