Is Your Textbook in the Library Top 40?

By week 3 of Fall semester it’s pretty clear which are the most in-demand titles in the reserve textbook collection.   Most are math textbooks, followed by English and ESL, business, Spanish, and a handful of other subject areas.  Here are the top 10:

Akst, Geoffrey. Fundamental mathematics through applications.
Martin-Gay, K. Elayn. Beginning algebra.
Martin-Gay, K. Elayn. Intermediate algebra.
Stone, Gerald W. CoreMicroeconomics.
Wright, D. Franklin. Intermediate algebra.
Stewart, James. Calculus : early transcendentals.
Hershberger, Robert. Plazas : a complete course.
Ferrell, O. C. Business.
Langan, John. English essentials : what every college student needs to know about grammar, punctuation, and usage.
Bruce, Thomas E. Thanatology : through the veil.

What’s the message here?  Your students are doing their homework and they take your textbook requirements seriously.  If you have a current textbook to spare, bring it to the library circ desk and we’ll take it from there.

Is your textbook on reserve?  Check LOIS, the library catalog.

Top 40 listed below.

Akst, Geoffrey. Fundamental mathematics through applications.
Martin-Gay, K. Elayn. Beginning algebra.
Martin-Gay, K. Elayn. Intermediate algebra.
Stone, Gerald W. CoreMicroeconomics.
Wright, D. Franklin. Intermediate algebra.
Stewart, James. Calculus : early transcendentals.
Hershberger, Robert. Plazas : a complete course.
Ferrell, O. C. Business.
Langan, John. English essentials : what every college student needs to know about grammar, punctuation, and usage.
Bruce, Thomas E. Thanatology : through the veil.
Kimmel, Paul D. Financial accounting : tools for business decision making.
Tan, Soo Tang. Applied mathematics for the managerial, life, and social sciences.
Miller, Roger LeRoy. Business law today : the essentials : text & summarized cases–e-commerce, legal, ethical, and international environment.
Sullivan, Michael. Intermediate algebra / Michael Sullivan, III, Katherine R. Struve.
Esquivel, Laura. Como agua para chocolate.  English
Wright, D. Franklin. Introductory algebra.
Whitney, Eleanor Noss. Understanding nutritio.
Berk, Laura E. Infants, children, and adolescents.
Choy, Penelope. Basic grammar and usage.
Jansma, Kimberly. Motifs : an introduction to French.
Hershberger, Robert. Plazas : a complete course.
Brandon, Lee E. At a glance. Sentences.
Martin-Gay, K. Elayn. Prealgebra.
Hales, Dianne R. An invitation to health.
Katz, Jerome A. Entrepreneurial small business.
Triola, Mario F. Elementary statistics.
Withgott, Jay. Essential environment : the science behind the stories.
Friedrichsen, Lisa L. Microsoft Office Access 2007 : illustrated complete.
Turley, Susan M. Medical language : immerse yourself.
Garrison, Ray H. Managerial accountingr.
Yoshiwara, Katherine. Modeling, functions, and graphs : algebra for college students.
Thibodeau, Gary A. Structure & function of the body.
Hess, Karen. Criminal investigation.
Perez-Girones, Ana Maria Mas.
Langan, John. English skills with reading.
Krugman, Paul R. Macroeconomics.
Sullivan, Michae. Elementary algebra.
Young, Hugh D. Sears and Zemansky’s University physics : with modern physics.
Graff, Gerald. They say/I say : the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings.
Lial, Margaret L. Beginning algebra.
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