September 5, 2017

Book clubs for all kinds of lives

NoveList staff love book clubs. We’re all book people (of course!) and many of us are librarians who used to work in public libraries and run our own book clubs. As we were talking about Book Club Central, we started talking about book clubs we’ve either run or heard about that offer something extra to readers.

August 31, 2017

Steal this idea: Use graphic novels to get kids reading

No one can deny that graphic novels are gaining momentum in libraries and schools. While using graphic novels may seem counterproductive to promoting reading, they may be just the springboard you need to reach those reluctant readers.

August 29, 2017

Newsletters build community

Guest blogger Patrick Holt shares his experiences creating custom newsletters and reaching the readers in his community. 

August 28, 2017

Tell us about training at your library

NoveList and ALA's Learning Round Table have teamed up to conduct a survey of library training needs, and we want to hear from YOU!

August 23, 2017

Beyond genre: Summer shorts

In the midst of all your summer reading program hub-bub, your adult readers' habits are shifting too. I've pulled together a couple ways to offer different crowds some refreshing reads -- without you having to break a sweat. 

August 21, 2017

Malice in small town Australia

The sequel to Jane Harper’s bestselling novel The Dry is coming out this September, but if you can’t wait for Force of Nature to hit the shelves, NoveList has you covered.

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