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Selected Reference Books
Call Number: REF HM647 .A44 2009
Call Number: REF BF692.5 .B69 2010
Coming of Age in Popular Culture
Call Number: REF HQ799 .U65 M55 2018
A Dictionary of Literary Symbols
Call Number: REF PN56 .S9 F47 2007
Encyclopedia of Juvenile Violence
Call Number: REF HV9104 .E59 2007
Encyclopedia of the Environment in American Literature
Call Number: REF PS169.E25 E53 2013
Our Earth's Changing Land
Call Number: REF GF90 .O87 2006
The Psychology of Teen Violence and Victimization
Call Number: REF HQ784 .V55 P79 2011
St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture
Call Number: REF E169.1 .J3 2013
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Oxford English Dictionary
Oxford English Dictionary
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Reference books are located on the 3rd floor of the library. They cannot be checked out. However, a scanner is available at the Circulation/Reserve Desk for your convenience.
You may scan the information you need from a reference book, then save it in one of several ways. You can download the MyDocs with KSS app, and then store them on your device. (Directions for this are available next to the scanner) Or, you may send them to your email account, save them to a flash drive, or print them in ACE.
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