Idaho Librarian
Vol. 55 no. 4, May, 2004

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The Idaho Librarian

The Idaho Librarian (ISSN 0019-1213) is an official publication of the Idaho Library Association. Its purpose is to support the mission of the Association by providing a forum for ideas and issues relevant to its members.

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Idaho Librarian Staff

Editor:                                              Leonard Hitchcock
Book Review Editor                      Kristi Austin
Technical Assistant                       Sue Carter               

To contact the editor, please send email to:
[email protected]
 

Instructions for Contributors
Instructions for Reviewers

 

CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE

A CONVERSATION ON
SCHOOL LIBRARIES IN IDAHO
by Norma Jean Sprouffske and
Judy Ferro

ELECTRONIC LEXICONS
FOR LIBRARIES
by Tim Hillebrand

WIN/WIN: GETTING THE DEAL
YOU BOTH WANT

The Story of a Consortial Buying Agreement
by Lisa N. Bowman and
Peggy S. Cooper

 BOOK REVIEWS

Wilderness and Political Ecology: Aboriginal Influences and the Original State of Nature
   edited by Charles E. and Randy T. Simmons
Reviewed by Bob Hook

Eats, Shoots and Leaves
by Lynne Truss
Reviewed by Tim Hillebrand

BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW

OUR CONTRIBUTORS
      Biographical notes on contributors to this issue.

 

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