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Get Your Science Fiction Fix with New and Improved Genre Headings

Post by Lauren Kage
Posted April 10, 2014 in NoveList Plus, Readers' Advisory News

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Genre is an integral part of recommendations in NoveList. Genre resonates with readers and is a key component of effective readers’ advisory. In the interest of genre control, and as a self-confessed science fiction fan (alright, nerd), I’ve been heading up a team to examine our application of science fiction subjects and subgenres.

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New Summer Reading Templates

Post by LibraryAware
Posted March 31, 2014 in LibraryAware

With the time counting down to the end of the school year, you’re likely already knee-deep in planning for you summer reading programs. With LibraryAware’s new templates designed specifically for summer reading programs, your work just got a little easier.

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There’s Something Funny Going On…

Post by Krista Biggs
Posted March 26, 2014 in Readers' Advisory News

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Like a little humor in your reading matter?  Do you have patrons who are always on the lookout for a laugh-out-loud book?  If so, then you're in luck, as the April 2014 issue of RA News discusses several aspects of humor writing.

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Storytime Rocks!

Post by Kathy Stewart
Posted March 19, 2014 in Kids & Book News

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Storytime represents a special opportunity for librarians: to share the rich diversity of stories that are a part of our collective cultural heritage with children, and also convey to them that libraries are fun places where all kinds of activities happen.

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