Booklist Editors' Choice: Reference Sources

About the Booklist Editors' Choice: Reference Sources
Titles were reviewed in RBB from February 2006 through January 2007. All the titles are intended for a general readership at the high-school level and up. For our pick of the crop for students, see “Twenty Best Bets for Student Researchers” in the September 1 issue.

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2012 Selection(s)

The Vogue Archive

Feb. 2012. ProQuest [www.proquest.com/en-US/catalogs/databases/detail/vogue_archive.shtml].

Casual users could spend hours looking at fads and fashions (oh, those hairstyles of the 1980s!), while students or researchers will wish that every magazine archive was as easy to navigate and contained such complete information. A must for public and academic libraries where there is a special interest in fashion; recommended for all libraries where the budget allows.


Women in American Politics

By Doris Weatherford. 2v. 2012. 500p. illus. CQ Press, $225 (9781608710072).

Readers and researchers have reason to applaud this unique and comprehensive two-volume reference, which frames the events, situations, issues, and achievements as well as the players that comprise and define women in American politics.


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