As promised, I am posting a second Take Ten list this month. Like all book lists in this feature, these annotated lists of books are of the "take and go" variety. Librarians should be offering as many annotated lists as possible at their libraries and on their websites. Lists of books do not take up the physical space which must be devoted to displays, but they still supply your patrons with thoughtfully prepared information on where to find their next good read.
This Take Ten list was not prepared by me. Many of my students chose to create ten book annotated lists for their Midterms and this is one example. Rebekah explored the rich field of Christian Fantasy with an excellent annotated list of ten titles suitable for the entire family. Click on this link to see the list. Please feel free to use it and/or pass it on, but just credit this page as your source.
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