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Best of 2007 booklists

Posted by Laura Haskins - Library Director on November 26, 2007

As the year turns again, here’s our annual collection of lists that point you to the best reading of 2007:

What did you read this year that made your personal best list? Leave a comment and share the good reading.

[Editor’s note: we’ll be updating this post through the end of the year as more of the periodicals publish lists of their own, and we’ll remove this note when we’re done with making additions.]


2 Responses to “Best of 2007 booklists”

  1. Susan Ujka Larson said

    How exciting to see your lists this morning — and see that you are an all-volunteer library. Good for you! Excellent!
    I have just applied for the Iditarod’s 2009 Wells Fargo Teacher on the Trail, and if I am invited to interview as a finalist I will get to travel to Anchorage in February 2008. I am a librarian with Arlington Public Library (part-time) and Flint Hill School (full-time) in Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C.

  2. A co-worker sent this to me and I am delighted! It’s so wonderful to have them all at your fingertips. And “all volunteer,” WOW.

    I am a librarian in Northern California and have been struggling with the many windows, tabs, etc. to make certain that the award winners are selected for our teens. This made it so easy.

    Thanks lots

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