Curriculum Partner: Redefining the Role of the Library Media Specialist

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Acknowledgments

During my adventure of this past year, many friends and colleagues were instrumental in bringing this book to fruition. I wish to acknowledge their assistance. Ann Fronckowiak, Carol Kroll, and Carole Sedita shared their wisdom and provided extraordinary feedback, insight, and advice as they read chapters of the book. I am deeply grateful for their contributions.

There were many people who supplied resources, information, and recommendations--Carolyn Giambra; Cathy Hetzler; David Loertscher; Geri Mycio; Carol Pace; Sandy Pezzino; Patricia Webster; Blanche Woolls; the librarians at the Orchard Park Public Library, Orchard Park, New York; the Interlibrary Loan Department of the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, Buffalo, New York; the Largo Public Library, in Largo, Florida; and many, many more who have shared their ideas, support, and love. I have been able to complete the adventure because of their assistance.

I am indebted to the library media practitioners who are working on the cutting edge of our profession and who have shared their experiences throughout this book. Their stories make the theory come alive.

Last, I want to recognize the work of Debra Adams, Acquisitions Editor, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., and Harriet Selverstone, series advisor for the Greenwood Professional Guides in School Librarianship, for their guidance throughout the year. I am sincerely appreciative of their patience, excellent counsel, and continual encouragement.

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