Goodreads bietet eine Liste (via Stephen’s Lighthouse und goodreads.com):
«Librarians are good people, and libraries are good places. This is as close to a certainty as can be had in our uncertain world. So it stands to reason—loose reason, but still—that books about libraries and librarians must be good, too. Right? Right.
We’ve gathered below 45 books that feature bibliophilic elements with variations on the term library in the title. This is a surprisingly fun and useful way to sort books, we’ve found, if only for the compelling juxtapositions. You’ll find World War II stories next to existential speculative fiction. Regency-era mystery next to sexy librarian romance. Time-traveling steampunk sci-fi next to Dame Agatha Christie.
We’ve also appended some nonfiction books to the end of this roundup, including the excellently titled real-life story of The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu.»