Thursday, August 30, 2012

Christian Library Journal

I was really pleased to see that Christian Library Journal, known for reviewing books for children and teens from a Christian perspective, is now free to all who register,  and that they have new, well-designed website.

CLJ is an essential tool for the church librarian, providing great reviews with goal of providing good books for Christian readers. While there is a focus on material for school-age readers there are also reviews of adult fiction and non-fiction titles. But more than 17 year's worth of reviews, the website also provides a gateway for MARC records of the items they review,  an online catalogue and  a list of library resources.

Make sure CLJ is part of your church librarian's tool box.

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