Inclusive book stock

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I recall from my days as a library studies student and working in libraries that generally library staff are very good at being inclusive, in all areas of their work, but definitely in terms of stock collection.

I’ve just read a really comprehensive blog post written for the CILIP blog all about improving LGBTQ* provision in many types of libraries (don’t worry if you don’t know what all the letters and the *asterisk indicate, all is explained in the blog post). Do read it, even if you don’t have responsibility for stock collection. And you might want to read one of the ‘book doctor’ articles in the Guardian, recommending reads for a questioning  teenage boy.

About alysontyler

Civil servant, yoga teacher and former librarian.
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