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Tara Calishain’s “Web Search Garage”

I had a review copy of Tara Calishain’s “Web Search Garage,” but it vanished in a September household move. And sad I was until her book resurfaced, because I know when Tara’s name is on a book that I’m going to like it, and it is all that and then some: fun to read; full of good tips, advice and strategy; accessible, pertinent, and not a bit intimidating. In addition to being a good book for librarians, this is a book I’d feel comfortable recommending to library users looking for a “good book” on searching the Internet. I picked up a few good tips myself. Buy at least two copies and keep one out of circ, in the back where staff can use it. A good book to recommend to patrons for their personal libraries.

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