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Looking for some good books to read? Join us for a discussion of interesting books we've read and hear some ideas for doing Readers' Advisory in your library. …

Looking for some good books to read? Join us for a discussion of interesting books we've read and hear some ideas for doing Readers' Advisory in your library.

NCompass Live - September 16, 2009

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  • 1. What to Read?
    Susan Knisely
    Julie Pinnell
    Devra Dragos
    NCompass Live – September 16, 2009
  • 2. Do you know of a good book?What should I read next?Do you have another book like this one?
  • 3. Do questions like these strike terror in your heart?
    Resources for Readers’ Advisory
    Professional sources
    Social networking sources
    Personal knowledge
  • 4. Booktalking in the stacks
    Marketing books to readers
    Readers’ Advisory
  • 5. Joyce Saricks, Downers Grove (Ill.) Public Library (retired)
    • Readers’ Advisory Service in the Public Library
    • 6. The Readers’ Advisory Guide to Genre Fiction
    • 7. Booklist column
    • 8. Presentations
  • Making suggestions
    • What do you like to read? / What did you like
    best about the book? / What don’t you like?
    Characteristics/Appeals
    Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
  • Work Smarter
    From Joyce G. Sarick’sReaders’
    Advisory Service in the Public Library,
    3rd ed.
  • 23.
  • 24. Fee databases
    Books in Print / Fiction Connection
    WorldCat
    NoveList
    Web sites
    Listservs/blogs
    Non-Print Resources
  • 25. Susan Knisely
    susan.knisely@nebraska.gov
    Julie Pinnell
    julie.pinnell@nebraska.gov
    Devra Dragos
    devra.dragos@nebraska.gov
    800-307-2665
    Questions?