Building a Special Collection of Children's Literature in Your Library: Identifying, Maintaining, and Sharing Rare Or Collectible Items
This resource explains the benefits of creating a special collection of children's literature for a library. It points out the publicity to be generated by unique titles in a collection, and highlights many aspects of maintaining a collection, from fundraising to establishing policies.
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Appraising Rare and Collectible Childrens Books
Cataloging for Special Collections
Special Considerations of Original Materials
Preservation and Security
Using Childrens Literature Special Collections
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