March 20, 2018

It’s hockey night at NoveList!

It seems that no one in Canada can escape hockey season -- and for everyone south of the border or otherwise uninitiated into the culture of hockey, you might be surprised at the enduring popularity of books about the sport. 

March 15, 2018

Find it in NoveList: Books that encourage creativity

Can you imagine life without music, art, theater, dance, or (gasp!) literature? There are many ways books can encourage creativity in our young ones, and NoveList can help!

March 6, 2018

Spotting microtrends

Microtrends are curious little clusters of books published during the same time period that share a very specific topic. While they aren't necessarily indicators of bookish zeitgeist, they can help you show off your library's collection in a quirky, attention-grabbing way. 

March 1, 2018

Celebrate award-winning books

As always, one of the major highlights of this year’s ALA Midwinter was the announcement of the book awards. To celebrate and to help you capitalize on the buzz award winners generate, we created a series of ready-to-go flyers in LibraryAware featuring the winner and honorees. 

February 28, 2018

Go ahead, take the credit!

Have you created something in LibraryAware that you’re particularly proud of, or something that was really effective? It’s time for you and your library to get recognized!

February 26, 2018

Santa Monica Reads (and you can, too!): An interview with Robert Graves

Since our Book Clubs in Your Community webinar last fall, we received many comments about the annual Santa Monica Reads program shared by panelist and Public Services Librarian Robert Graves, who chairs the program. With all the interest in the program, I caught up with Robert to ask a few questions and share what I learned with you.

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