Some of you will have topics that can best be researched by finding a good book on the subject. The library has thousands of books in its collection, and the librarians are always happy to help you find a title.
Before you run upstairs to grab your book, take a moment to look over the "record" -- the page you see when you click on a book's title. The record might give you information to decide if this book will be useful to you, including subject headings which will tell you the big themes of the book and, in many cases, a summary, a table of contents, or editorial reviews. Ask yourself:
When you finally go to find your book on the shelf, make sure to take a look at the other books nearby. The library is organized by subject, so books on the same topic will usually be next to each other on the shelf.