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Use the Library Catalog Search box below
(Note: this is the same search box that is in the middle of the screen on the library's homepage.)
Put in the title of the book followed by the author's name into the Good Library catalog search box above. (Note: this is the same search box that is in the middle of the screen on the library's homepage.)
Use as much of the title as possible but avoid the punctuation. Example: "What to do?: Choices to make" should be searched as "What to do choices to make"
Use quotes around the title, especially if the title uses the words 'and', 'or', or 'not'. Example: "To be or not to be a study of Hamlet"
Add the author's last name to your search string but make sure the name is outside of the quotes. Example: "Where the wild things are" Sendak
Avoid using middle names or initials. Example: "Eye for an eye" by William Ian Miller should be searched as "Eye for an eye" william miller
Once you get your search results, on the left side, under "Format", click on Article/Chapter .
See the Book Reviews Subject Guide
For this class, you can safely ignore book reviews from the following publications:
These reviews aren’t substantive and won’t be useful to your project.