Idaho Librarian
Vol. 56, No. 3/4  February/May 2005

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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: 

Philip A. Homan

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

GREETINGS FROM THE EDITOR

Dancing Away the Differences
Between the Generations:
A Conversation with Tamra Hawley-House,
ILA 2004 Idaho Librarian of the Year

by Philip A. Homan

ILA 2004 Idaho Librarian of the Year Acceptance Speech

by Tamra Hawley-House

2002 Annual Bibliography of Idaho Materials

compiled by Deborah Babbitt,
Nick Bazemore,
Ralph Hansen,
Nancy Rosenheim,
Julie Thuis,
and Roxyanne Williams

Idaho Academic Library Statistics for Fiscal Year 2004

compiled by Bob Hook

Letter from PNLA President Jan Zauha

 BOOK REVIEW

A Yellowstone Reader: The National Park
in Folklore, Popular Fiction, and Verse

edited by Richard L. Saunders
reviewed by Bob Hook

GREETINGS FROM THE REVIEW EDITOR

MATERIALS FOR REVIEW

OUR CONTRIBUTORS