[baisl] Re: Book Suggestion - Signing Gloria Steinem

  • From: "Weber, Ann" <aweber@xxxxxxx>
  • To: "baisl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <baisl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2015 17:04:03 +0000

I recently replaced Outrageous Acts and Every Day Rebellion by Gloria Steinem 
with a new paperback.  I don't remember if a hard cover was available.  I 
purchased it from Amazon.  I want it in our collection, even though I am not 
certain that the Bellarmine boys will be interested.
Good luck,

Ann Weber
Director of Library and Research Services
Bellarmine College Preparatory
960 W. Hedding St.
San Jose, CA 9126

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Of Debra Cardone
Sent: Friday, March 27, 2015 8:20 AM
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Subject: [baisl] Book Suggestion - Signing Gloria Steinem

Dear Colleagues,

One of our 4th graders is doing a research project on Gloria Steinem, and the 
best news is her class will have an opportunity to me one of the founding 
mothers of contemporary feminism next week.  On short notice, I need to locate 
a hardbound book for her to sign for our library.

It will be housed in our professional collection for faculty and parents.

Do any of you have a recommendation?  The 4th grade teacher was thinking of 
Revolution from Within: a Book of Self-Esteem, but it was published in 1993, 
and it may be out of print.

Has anyone read As If Women Matter? It is a reader with essays and highlights 
her time in India.

Debra Cardone, Librarian
Hamlin School
San Francisco, CA
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