Readers' Advisory Service in the Public Library by Joyce G. Saricks
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This guide to providing a readers' advisory service addresses every aspect, from promoting the service to designing reading plans. It includes an updated popular fiction list, information on genre studies, and the in-print and electronic tools available to help advise readers on fiction.

About Joyce G. Saricks

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Saricks is the literature and audio services coordinator at Downers Grove (Illinois) Public Library. She has presented more than forty workshops on readers' advisory for public libraries and library systems and has spoken on the topic at state, regional, and national library conferences. In 1995 she was named Librarian of the Year for Northern Illinois by the Windy City Romance Writers. Nancy has been a professional photographer for over thirty years specializing in beauty, lifestyle, and travel images. After working out of New York City for thirty years she now is based in Florida. Nancy has had five photography books published and was made a Nikon Legend in 2001. In 2005 China became Nancy's new beauty subject thus "Simply China.
Published July 1, 1989 by Amer Library Assn. 84 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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