What Would Dewey Do?

What Would Dewey Do?

An Unshelved Collection

Book - 2004
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Presents a collection of comic strip stories set in a public library about Dewey and his fellow librarians as they confront the FBI, psychic fairs, poetry slams, identity theft, and each other.
Publisher: Seattle [Wash.] : Overdue Media, c2004
ISBN: 9780974035314
Characteristics: 127 p. : ill ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Ambaum, Gene
Alternative Title: Unshelved collection


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Jul 29, 2015

Must read for all library employees!

Jul 20, 2005

A comic strip about a library?! How boring can you get? Most people might think this; however, for those in the know -- those who work in libraries -- UNSHELVED is a fun look behind the scenes at library staff members and their quirks, as well as library customers and *their* quirks. This is the second book of UNSHELVED cartoons; the first is simply titled UNSHELVED.

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