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Black Belt Librarians: Every Librarian's Real World Guide to a Safer…

by Jr. Warren Davis Graham

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This very short book is a basic primer for handling oneself in a library. This would be particularly useful to a public librarian, but I can see some applications in it for my academic library, too. Of course, the biggest things are to be aware of oneself and one's surroundings. I did expect a bit more on the self-defense aspect of this book, but that was not the purpose of it.
All-in-all, it read like a safety briefing from the head of security. The same information can be found in many places, you just won't get the 6 pages of funny patron stories to go with it (that makes up over 10% of the book!) ( )
  kaelirenee | Jun 10, 2008 |
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A nationally renowned security and safety consultant helps you tackle the tough issues in your library.

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