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"This is the book that many of us have been waiting for or wishing we had time to write…. An excellent tool for school and public librarians who work with teen and tween readers. It should be in every school and public library."
"Librarians who are asked endlessly what the third Gossip Girl book is titled or how many books are in the Cirque Du Freak series will welcome this informative text with open arms. They will be further pleased with the ease of use as the book is arranged alphabetically by title with no more that one or two series per page. There is plenty of white space between entries, and the text size is far more readable than in many similar reference tools. This ideal reference book might even be browsed by the teens themselves. It is an excellent, high quality resource that no public or school library should be without."
"Covering some 800 series, this well-indexed, annotated guide to serial fiction will serve both as a reader's advisory and a collection-development tool. Annotations note Accelerated Reader availability. A broad genre/subject index denotes appropriate grade levels…. This companion volume to Popular Series Fiction for K-6 Readers (Libraries Unlimited, 2004) is a must-buy for all librarians eager to keep up with the rapidly expanding teen market."
School Library Journal
"This book will be a useful tool to refer to when checking that the library owns all the titles in a series or to find the order of titles in a particular series. Even though some school libraries may not have the budget to purchase many of the numerous books listed here, this will be a valuable resource for collection development, reference, and reader's advisory. Recommended."
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