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Earlier this month, American Reference Books Annual published reviews for three of our eBook titles. See what they had to say:
Books to Film: Cinematic Adaptations of Literary Works
“This volume, the first of an annual series on the topic, aims to provide a standard reference work for the fields of literary studies and film… A great guide for film and literary studies. Recommended.”
Immigration and Migration: In Context
“The book is intended for general users and students in high schools, community colleges, and four-year colleges. This reliable set is highly recommended to public, school, and academic libraries.”
This three-volume set includes three hundred essays on novels, novellas, short stories, poems, plays, and works of nonfiction that fall under the supernatural category. Each volume has one hundred essays…This work is highly recommended for academic libraries.