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College and university libraries have long used a variety of criteria to allocate funds for book purchases . This article reiterates the need for a "literature-size" approach to book fund allocations and presents a case for using reviews from Choice magazine as a useful and hitherto ignored · means of determining literature size. Data from one calendar year (eleven issues) show the number and percentages of titles and the dollar amount and percentage represented by each subject category.doi:10.5860/crl_42_02_134 fatcat:iihnscr6pncx5nr4ootzcraaoy