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Bibliotherapy: The Right Book at the Right Time by Claudia Cornett and Charles Cornett: A quick read regarding bibliotherapy as a discipline. Half overview, half instruction, this small tomb—categorized as a fastback”—provides a basic overview of the process of bibliotherapy and suggests some techniques that can be used to implement it. If I were a counsellor or teacher of small children this would likely provide greater value than it does for the position I’m in. For nothing else, this is a good starting point to understanding what bibliotherapy is, its historical routes, the limitations of it as a practice, and offering a list of potential reads for individuals using bibliotherapy as a form of therapy for themselves.

February 15, 2021 2021 reviews books

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