How do I request a copy of a book from WorldCat Libraries?


I would like to request a copy of the book "Making the grass greener on your side : a CEO's journey to leading by serving" by Ken Melrose. According to the library catalog, it is not available via the internal library system. However, it is available via WorldCat Libraries.

Answered By: Linda Kern
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 43


We are glad to get the book for you, but between academic library holida closings and mail delays, you wouldn't get it in time to use it before the course ends. I looked for alternate sources including your local public library, but the only PL in GA that owns it is in Clarksville. I checked other academic libraries, thinking you could use the book in the library, but it is only owned by 3 in the state, UGA being the closest. I also looked for online sources. A good online source for the book is Google Books. Of course, it is only a preview, so some parts of the book are not available. A second source is Amazon. Searching the book can be a useful strategy here. Amazon has a number of like-new copies for sale, beginning at $1.25 + $3.99 shipping. Abe Books has used copies for as little as $1.00 + $2.46 shipping. Normally I wouldn't reccommend purchasing a book that we can get for you, but given the time constraints and low cost, you may want to consider it.

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