The article offers information about the author's library, which consists of 3,500 volumes. The library is a systematic collection and an accumulation that reflects the changes in the author's personal and professional interests. The collection includes books dealing with politics, philosophy, literature and psychology which depicts the number of times the author has changed majors in college. The library also includes almost all of the Library of America titles such as "Great Books of the Western World," as well as history titles. It also includes children's collection like the books of Robert Sabuda.
Richards, B. (2007). My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside the Personal Library of a Librarian. Georgia Library Quarterly, 44(2). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss2/2