Book reviews are an important means of identifying books of significance on a particular topic. The best first step in identifying books about your topic is by searching for book reviews that appeared in scholarly journals and trade/professional magazines. There are also some news sources that have noteworthy book reviews, including the New York Times. You can search many resources at once using the Discover search.
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Once the project group has identified up to ten books that are most essential and appropriate to the topic, the group must prepare a spreadsheet of all of the books for the display.
If you have questions about creating the spreadsheet, contact the librarian.