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Libraries Serving Communities: How Libraries Are Sharing Booklist Reader with Patrons

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This month, Booklist launched the print edition of Booklist Reader—which brings the magazine’s quality reviews, read-alikes, top 10 lists, author interviews, and more directly to library patrons—and we’re celebrating by highlighting some of the wonderful, innovative ways libraries are sharing Booklist Reader digitally and in print. You can order print copies of Booklist Reader now, and don’t forget to try these tips for how library patrons can use Booklist Reader as a book-browsing guide! Want to see how libraries are sharing Booklist Reader? Check out the first edition of our Libraries Serving Communities series below!

Helen Plum Library display

Here is a nice stack of Booklist Readers seen near a “Deciding What to Read Next?” sign at Helen Plum Library in Lombard, Illinois.

And Booklist Reader can be seen among the pamphlets and periodicals at the Oak Park (Ill.) Public Library.

Rolling Meadows (Ill.) Library placed their issues of Booklist Reader near an inspiring New Year’s sign.

White Plains Library display White Plains Library display

At the White Plains (N.Y.) Library, Booklist Reader can be seen on a plethora of shelves.

In the digital realm

And don’t forget about the libraries that are sharing Booklist Reader digitally!

Mary Riley Styles Public Library in Falls Church, Virginia, has a whole page dedicated to reading recommendations, which includes an overview of what is included of each edition of Booklist Reader.

And the Wichita (Kansas) Public Library includes Booklist Reader under its website’s “Find Your Next Great Read” heading.


How is your library distributing Booklist Reader to its patrons? Feel free to share pictures with us at or tag us on social media!

Biz Hyzy is marketing specialist at Booklist.

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