The question qcan you recommend a good book?q can be one of the most daunting you face, notwithstanding the fact that recommender tools are ubiquitous. Often, uncertainty arises because, although librarians are called on to perform such services daily, readers' advisory is a skill set in which most have no formal training. This guide will remedy that. It is built around understanding books, reading, and readers and will quickly show you how to identify reading preferences and advise patrons effectively. You'll learn about multiple RA approaches, such as genre, appeal features, and reading interests and about essential tools that can help with RA. Plus, you'll discover tips to help you keep up with this ever-changing field. There is no other professional book that covers the full spectrum of skills needed to perform the RA service that is in such great demand in libraries of all kinds. Helping readers find what they want is a sure way to serve patrons and build your library's brand. You will come away from this easy-to-understand crash course with the solid background you need to do both.Korda, Michael. 2001. Making the List: A Cultural History of the American Bestseller, 1900A1999: As Seen through the Annual Bestseller Lists of Publishers Weekly. ... San Francisco: McSweeneyAs Books. Grossman, Lev. ... Available at wsj.com/article/SB1000142405297020370660457437716380438 7216.html. Madrigalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Crash Course in Readers' Advisory|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2014-12-05|