This document is a testament to the value that the Iowa City Community School District places on libraries. The underlying philosophy emphasizes information-literacy programs presented in collaboration with classroom teachers. This new edition recognizes the impact of Information Power (ALA, 1998), the No Child Left Behind legislation, and the "increasing prevalence of Internet access in schools" on the library landscape. The first two sections present the district's philosophy and model. Part III includes specific lessons, recognizing that library media specialists need not only to provide tools for information literacy, but also to help students develop strategies for finding information and assessment. An accompanying CD has visuals, PowerPoint presentations, evaluations, and activities. New to this edition is the fourth section, which offers sample units that outline questions, objectives, instruction, strategies, and assessment. Bibliographies have been updated. This is a great resource, appropriate for an entire district, but certainly useful in individual schools. Library media specialists struggling to follow a traditional library program will find inspiration with the information-literacy approach. The succinct and accurate outlines of "Library Media Program Standards" and "Library Benchmarks for Student Learning" are especially valuable.-Pamela K. Bomboy, Chesterfield County Public Schools, VA Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.