Books about gamers for librarians, teachers

Gamertell has posted an article that features some of the books intended to help librarians and teachers (and probably parents, too) learn about games, gaming culture and video game development.

The article lists the six books suggested by Kelly Czarnecki in the School Library Journal with a quick synopsis of each including: 'Sex, Brains, and Video Games,' 'Grand Theft Childhood,' 'Playing to Learn' and 'The Ecology of Games.'

The article also quotes several newspaper articles where people discuss their theories on whether or not libraries should have video games available.

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