We got to talking this week about how challenging it must be to be a librarian today. Different formats, different subscription and purchases options, and less than streamlined systems. It might, we thought, be helpful to see just where you can get our interdisciplinary global titles, so we’ve prepared this run-down, with links. For print books, you can order via our website or send an order to Kara Lozier.
The pansy you see on our catalog cover (click to open a flipbook) was growing in a crack in the pavement outside a hotel in the Cotswolds. It reminds us of the immense resilience of life, and to look for beauty wherever we go.
All Berkshire titles are available from leading digital companies. Some offer reference titles only; others serve consumer retail channels, or provide a platform for books to be used in high school and college courses. Our commitment is to put knowledge where you need it.
If you would like a print copy of the catalog, simply send us your postal address by emailing Kara Lozier: firstname.lastname@example.org
Berkshire at Oxford Reference
Berkshire Collections at eBooks.com
Click HERE to see all Berkshire titles available through the Gale Virtual Reference Library, which includes titles under the Berkshire imprint as well as works like the Encyclopedia of Modern Asia that Berkshire created for publication by Scribners.
Berkshire launched the SAGE Reference program in 2004 with four major works that won many awards. Here are our enduring favorites.
Gardners for UK Libraries
Books for classroom use