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 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.
June 6, 2017
Build a better world this summer
Each year, librarians anxiously await to hear what this year's Collaborative Summer Library Theme (CSLP) will be. This year's theme, Build a Better World, is a little more abstract than usual and open to interpretation. It could mean so many things, from activism to construction to technology or engineering.
April 13, 2017
Return to S-Town
Have you listened to the podcast S-Town yet? If you clicked on this, you probably have and you probably have a lot of feelings about it. And maybe you weren’t quite ready to the leave the world it built. Or maybe you've just been hearing the buzz and want to make sure you're in the loop when you get a reader asking you about books or media like S-Town.
March 31, 2017
Summer reading searches, or, don’t fear the advanced search page!
Adults vary when it comes to reading choices and kids are no different. In fact, kids looking for summer reading can pose a particularly thorny challenge as you might not know if the kid is excited to pick out beach trip books or angry at their dad for saying they had to read “one book this summer.” But no matter who walks into your library, NoveList has the tools for you.
March 7, 2017
Finding books for Women’s History Month in NoveList
Women’s history month is an excellent time to move those nonfiction titles about women to the top of your TBR pile. None of the titles in your TBR pile calling out to be read right now? We’re here to help you discover more books!