Sources

My friend Annie the Librarian has organized this section for me. Clicking on any category of sources will take you to my bibliography on that subject. Clicking on any title listed in the bibliography will take you to the World Cat entry for that particular book. You can enter your zip code to see if there are any library copies available in your area. If your local library does not have a copy of the book, it might be willing, for a small charge,  to borrow a copy for you through an Interlibrary Loan program. In addition, from the World Cat page you can click to a “buy this item” link to Amazon. com. This is very convenient, but I am not personally advocating that you purchase the item from Amazon. It’s just the way the World Cat page is set up. (my disclaimer) I am very much in favor of inspecting and using a book borrowed from a library before deciding if I need to have my own copy  (I usually decide I do need my own copy.) And I have made most of my purchases through abebooks.com, and have been very satisfied with the prices and the service. Happy Searching!

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