May 8, 2018

True crime’s enduring appeal

True crime can be a tricky genre to talk about and share with other readers, but it offers something for every fan -- from the courtroom dramas of heist capers to the hair-rising chronicles of the disturbed. Keeping in mind the range of reading tastes within the genre will make for a more informed reading experience.

May 4, 2018

Books for the #metoo movement

The #metoo movement has sparked a discussion about violence against and harassment of women to newspaper headlines and leading stories across the world. Like with all critical questions facing society, librarians are poised to respond by doing what we do best: providing ready access to the books our readers need.

May 3, 2018

Royal weddings and royal reads

With a brand new addition to the British Royal Family and a wedding planned for mid-May, it feels like royals fever is at an all-time high. How do we serve readers who are hungry to read about the lives and loves of the nobility? NoveList is here to help!

May 2, 2018

Find it in NoveList: Resources for Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month

An ideal time to double down on your library’s #weneeddiversebooks and #ownvoices campaigns, Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month means readers’ advisory lists and displays as well as programming and exhibits. NoveList is here to help!

April 30, 2018

New feature: LibraryAware bookmarks available in the drag and drop editor

The reaction to LibraryAware’s drag and drop editor has been phenomenal, and is now available in all three different sizes of bookmarks. Ready to start creating?

April 24, 2018

What should the Avengers read?

Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War opens in the U.S. this weekend, and its sprawling cast of heroes and villains offers an irresistible readers' advisory opportunity. Below, NoveList staff share book recommendations for their favorite MCU characters.

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