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From the Publisher"Most of us are totally unfamiliar with grant writing. However, in the current world of cutbacks and diminishing funds, we have had to turn to writing grants to supplement our budgets. It is an intimidating process. However, this book, intended for school and small public libraries, is a sequential, highly detailed road map. . . . Planning to write a grant? Keep this resource close at hand."
"Sylvia D. Hall-Ellis and Ann Jerabek share their secrets for preparing successful grant applications in Grants for School Libraries. They offer step-by-step instruction for planning the proposal, designing the project, writing the project narrative, preparing the budget, and evaluating the project."
"Starred Review: This highly useful book is written for a target audience of school libraries seeking grants, but I believe the principles would apply for all grant seekers. . . . [T]he authors do an excellent job of education in all the steps needed to win a grant. . . . If your school seeks grants, this is a book that they will turn to again and again. Highly Recommended."
Library Media Connection
"Sylvia D. Hall-Ellis and Ann Jerabek share their secrets for preparing successful grant applications in Grants for School Libraries."
"Even if readers were to find only one usable tip leading to a fundable grant, it would be well worth the investment; this volume, however, merits repeated use and a place on your desk."
"[A] systematic approach to every aspect of the grant process. . . . This surprisingly readable guide should be on every school library media specialist's professional shelf."
School Library Journal