This year, through a high-school course I am taking called "Career Exploration," I am beginning to discover the vast possibilities that await me in the working world. Although I don't know exactly what career I want to pursue yet, I do have it narrowed down to a few fields: education, journalism, librarianship, or theology. The book "Careers for Bookworms and Other Literary Types" has helped me to explore the first three of these pathways. As the title states, this is a book written for people want to integrate their passion for reading and the English language in general into their careers. The book says that "bookworms" will probably enjoy working in libraries, working at book publishing companies, working for magazines and newspapers, working on television shows and movies, teaching, researching, working for the government, or working as a professional lawyer, doctor, or executive. All of these careers are related in one way: they all involve a great deal of reading. Personally, I thought that librarianship was the most appealing of all of the careers in this book; it sounds rewarding and fun, yet challenging. This book has definitely made me want to seriously consider becoming a librarian. The information contained in this book was very helpful to me in terms of deciding which jobs that I would enjoy and which jobs I wouldn't. For each career and job title, the book lists a job description, cites qualifications, gives an average starting salary, and forecasts a job outlook. It also contains brief interviews with people in those professions and tells what they like and dislike about their jobs. Overall, I believe that this book can be a useful resource to other students trying to figure out which career path is right for them. For people who like to read, it sure would be nice to have a job that would allow one to engage in that passion on a daily basis.