[bksvol-discuss] Re: Artists' Biographies

They might be a selling point if we are trying to get students interested in bookshare.

Mike
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hi everyone,

I am wondering, if it would be worth continuing with the Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists? series.

We have Da Vinchi, Van Goe and Momet in the collection at present and just submitted Raphael and Piccaso, I have Mark Chagall to submit as well. But wondering if there is interest for these books, should I continue to do them?

It is an entire series, I can google the entire list.


Shelley L. Rhodes, VRT

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