September 18, 2017

Storytime en espaƱol y ingles

Looking for resources for holding a bilingual storytime in your library? We can help. 

September 14, 2017

Reaching readers with newsletters

Does your library use email newsletters to reach out to your community? Crafting an effective newsletter does take a bit of time, but it’s something anyone can learn to do -- and armed with the right tools, it may prove even easier than you might expect.

September 13, 2017

NextReads newsletters: Theme and variation

We do themed sections in NextReads newsletters to help circulate your library’s backlist by drawing attention to the books you already have on your shelves. Like physical displays, newsletter themes help readers discover new treasures -- or remind them of books they'd forgotten they wanted to read.

September 12, 2017

Resilience in tough times

While it would be nice to think we live in a perfect world, everyone experiences hard times, regardless of where you live. Whether your community is in the midst of tragedy or witnessing from afar, we want our libraries to serve as safe, welcoming spaces where people can come to find the information, comfort, and hope they need.

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.

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