Grants for Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual & CD-ROM
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The Reviews are IN!
 
Grants for Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual, was published in 2006. Order it from the Neal-Schuman website or Amazon.com.
 
Library Journal, Starred Review:
“Grants for Libraries is like the Boy Scouts’ field manual when it comes to grant-writing and development: it is an essential, authoritative, step-by-step guidebook to securing the funding your library needs….this essential “how-to” manual makes a complex topic comprehensible. Grab it and go “granting”!”
 
Booklist:
"This book should be at the side of every grant-writing librarian."
 
American Libraries:
"Although having a genie to grant all your funding requests might be handy, a better bet is to follow the advice of Stephanie K Gerding and Pamela H MacKellar."

Midwest Book Review:
"A "must-have" resource especially for library professionals."
 
Teacher Librarian:
"This book is an appropriate purchase not just for the individual teacher-librarian who needs a short course in grant writing but also for a district director who intends to provide professional development on this topic. This book can also be used as a text in a library school seminar or in a continuing education workshop. It is certainly a text worth considering. Bottom line: Recommended."

Grants for Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual and CD-ROM for Librarians