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Posts from October 2011

Get a List of Books on a Topic—Fast!

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Posted November 01, 2011 in NoveList K-8 Plus, NoveList Plus

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Do you ever need to find a list of books for your students to read on a particular topic -- fast? Grab and Go Book Lists from NoveList K-8 Plus are the answer.

Here's one example of a Grab and Go Book List...

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Use a Newsletter to Reach Your Readers

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Posted October 27, 2011 in NextReads

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How do you connect directly to your readers? Would you like to be able to send them regular reading recommendations based on their interests? NextReads offers a way for you to do that quickly and easily!

This month we're offering a sneak peek inside one of our most popular newsletters -- Fiction A-Z. Written by NoveList staff member Shauna Griffin, the Fiction A-Z newsletter is an overview of popular fiction titles and is perfect for your readers who like to keep up with the latest titles.

Download a sample copy of the...

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Get Up to Speed on the Latest in Women’s Fiction

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Posted October 25, 2011 in NoveList Plus

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What do you do when a library user asks a question about an unfamiliar genre? NoveList has a solution -- readers' advisory guides! Readers' advisory guides provide a quick overview of a genre with suggestions for titles to recommend.

In this example, contributor Jessica Zellers discusses women's fiction...

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Tips for Book Discussion Leaders

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Posted October 25, 2011 in NoveList Plus

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Need something for your book club to use at their meetings? Are you leading a teen book group and need some discussion ideas? NoveList has Book Discussion Guides to get you started.

Here's an example of a book discussion guide about Charlie Wilson's War...

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