Thursday, March 3, 2011

New Reference Books

The library’s collection of reference books offers sources of information that may not be easily obtainable in other places. Whether it is writing a report, finding a doctor, or researching a company, you can locate the information you need to accomplish your goals. Here are just a few of our latest titles:

REF 016.8 HER
Teen genreflecting 3: a guide to reading interests. This source helps you answer the classic question . . . what do I read next?

REF 338.7 NEW
New Hampshire business review 2011 book of lists. This yearly guide provides over 30,000 pieces of information on the New Hampshire business community. It is the single most comprehensive source of business information for New Hampshire.

REF 338.7 NEW
N.H. business review business services guide 2011. A sister publication to the “Book of Lists”, this magazine is a valuable source for New Hampshire facts and figures, sales leads, and contacts.

REF 361.1 CAR
Doak, Melissa J. Careers and occupations: looking to the future. One volume in the “Information Plus” series, the purpose of each is to present the latest facts, using a wide range of statistical data, on a topic of pressing concern.

REF 610.12 MED
Medical directory 2011: more than 3,000 Granite State doctors listed by specialty. Trying to find a new doctor? Let this item be one source in your search.

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