For many, student employment and student advisory boards are the first things that come to mind when they think about student leadership in academic libraries. Editors Arnold-Garza (research & instruction librarian) and Tomlinson (assistant univ. librarian for access & outreach svcs., both Towson Univ., MD) include both of those roles and expand on the topic to discuss students as curators, ambassadors, peer leaders and educators, donors, and expert consultants. The book is divided into six thematic sections, each of which contains brief chapters along with case studies. While each chapter is structured a bit differently, in general they all contain a narrative of the program, project, or initiative; lessons learned; challenges; and best practices. The work is focused largely on undergraduate students, but librarians working with different student populations in a variety of academic settings will also find the information valuable. VERDICT Academic librarians and library staff who wish to get students more involved in and engaged with their library will find this resource helps to generate ideas and will learn much from the challenges and successes of the case studies.—Amanda Folk, Ohio State Univ. Libs.