In the catalog, more and more people are finding the additional information available by clicking on the cover image or the "More about this Title" button.
Need to know whether Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything is going to explain continental drift to you? Look it up in the catalog, hit the cover or the "More" button, then click on Table of Contents. Hmmm, doesn't look like it. Trying to sort out the order of titles in Dorothy Dunnett's House of Niccolo series? Get any one of the titles on the screen. Go to More information, then Title Profile. At the bottom of the title profile is a link to the series list. Is Donna Andrews the author who writes mysteries about an artificial intelligence personality? What did reviewers think of... well, you get the picture. Tons of additional information might be right there in the catalog under the cover image or the 'More about this title' button.
Last month people accessed the Summaries 1424 times, large cover images 345 times, Publishers Weekly reviews 343 times. Sometimes there are also First Chapters, but only 136 people made use of them in July. Explore these resources. They are really useful.
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