I was browsing the career section of my local library the other day and came across this gem of a book: Careers for Bookworms & Other Literary Types, Fourth Edition (McGraw-Hill Careers for You). As a dedicated bookworm, how could I resist checking it out? Authors Marjorie Eberts and Margaret Gisler provide an astounding number of careers that might appeal to those who love to read, from the expected, such as a librarian or book reviewer, to ones people might not ever have considered, such as becoming an indexer or doing government research. They also include interviews with various individuals about how they got their jobs and how they find them interesting. If you are a bookworm, there is certain to be a job (most likely more than one!) in here that will appeal to you! It would be a great book to give to a young person who loves to read, but is unsure what to do with his or her life.