Book Wish List

Since one of the Library’s main purposes is to support the EST faculty, all of the EST lecturers have been asked to list two books in the English language that they would like the library to acquire. In addition, Renata Blazowska, the library director, added her own list of books including “most-needed” and missing volumes from commentary series. The result of this quest is available to you in a Book Wish List at Amazon.com. Just click on the link below to view the wish list. If this does not work, you can copy the link and paste it in your web browser.

http://goo.gl/JQUTl

Unfortunately, the limited library budget does not enable the school to buy needed books from abroad. Although these books are more expensive than ones published in Poland, they are essential to the ongoing research and ministry of all who use the EST library. Without these volumes we are left with major gaps in our topical holdings, which quickly become outdated.

If you are willing to acquire one or more of the books on the list and have it sent to EST Poland, many will benefit from your gift. All the books on the list are also useful to us as used copies, which are normally less expensive. Thank you for your partnership and consideration of this request!

If you have any questions please contact:

Renata Blazowska, EST Librarian – r.blazowska@ewst.pl
Dr. Piotr Lorek, EST Academic Dean – p.lorek@ewst.pl

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