Monday, November 7, 2011

Closed Lids Bookshelf: References

Last month you caught a glimpse of the Closed Lids Library collection of history books. This month you will catch a glimpse of the reference books on the Closed Lids Bookshelf. 

Each month I will showcase books on my shelf in order to give you an idea of what I am reading and where I am gaining my knowledge. The following list contains my 36 books that deal with reference: 



1. Associated Press Stylebook, Norm Goldstein 
2. More Words You Should Know, Michelle Bevilacqua
3. The Speakers Quotebook, Roy B. Zuck
4. Idiots Guide to Sports Trivia, Mike McGovern
5. Larousse Mini Italian, Francessa Loqi
6. Language Arts Today, MacMillan/McGraw
7. Black Firsts, Jessie Carney Smith
8. A Field Guide to Long Island's Seashore, Glenn A. Richard/Museum of Long Island Natural Science
9. A Field Guide to Long Island's Woodlands,  Pamela Stewart/Museum of Long Island Natural Science
10. A Field Guide to Long Island's Freshwater, Pamela Stewart/Museum of Long Island Natural Science
11. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Amnesty International
12. Spanish Dictionary, Larousse
13. Usage guide to Spanish Idioms, Andre O. Hurtgen
14. Pasajes, Mary Lee Bretz
15. Dictionary of Business and Finance Terms
16. Pocket Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster
17. The Elements of Style, William Strunk & E.B White
18. Models for Writers, Alfred Rosa & Paul Eschholz
19. Rules for Writers, Diana Hacker
20. A Pocket Style Manual, Diana Hacker
21. The First Book Market, Jason Shinder
22. Italian Dictionary, Piero Rebora
23. New World Dictionary, Webster
24. How to Give a Damn Good Speech, Philip Theibert
25. Creating a Website, Matthew MacDonald
26. APA Manual, American Psychological Association 
27. Google Sites for Dummies, Ryan Teeter
28. The Big Book of How to Say It, Rosalie Maggio
29. Knock em Dead, Yate Martin
30. No Nonsense Resumes and Cover Letters, Wendy Enelow
31. Simple Steps to Organizing Everything, Donna Smallin 
32. Real Simple Weddings
33. Real Simple Cleaning
34. New Thesaurus, Rogets
35. Basic Word List, Samuel Brownstein
36. Getting What You Came For: The Smart Guide to Earning a MS/PHD, Robert Peters





Enjoy! Next month I will list all my remaining books.

February- Dream books
March- Spirituality books
April
- New Age books
May
- Business books
June- Wellness books
July- History books

 ~ L.

On any given day, you can find L.Marie on her website, www.closedlids.com, her personal blog, www.lmariedreams.blogspot.com, or on twitter, www.twitter.com/closedlids. Join the conversation and interact.  

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