ALA--CBC seek `Children's Book Bridges' competition entries

May 1991
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun91, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p71
Provides information about `Children's Book Bridges,' a competition designed to recognize cooperation between a youth library and a local organization. Aims of the competition; How American Library Association--Children's Book Council Joint Committee evaluates the entries for the competition; Prizes of the winners.


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