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Best eReference 2007

Don't miss the April 15, 2008, issue of Library Journal.  Brian Coutts and Cheryl LaGuardia wrote "Best Reference 2007" (p. 44- 49) which includes "...homage to ten outstanding electronic resources, several of which front-line reference librarians have been anxiously anticipating for years, others that came out of the blue to delight and inform us."  
One of the titles included is Ladybugs of Alberta, which discusses the cute, friendly ladybugs we are all familiar with from our childhood, along with a discussion of the recent infestations of a “Japanese” variety that “has become somewhat of a plague.” A sample of other titles includes are: The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Folktales and Fairy Tales, The Encyclopedia of American Journalism, British Short Story, and Vault Online Career Library.

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