Reading summaries of all the research was helpful This was a great introduction to the research that's been conducted in readers' advisory. Reading summaries of all the research was helpful for me since I'm relatively new to the profession. This was a great short cut until I have time to read the original research if I ever get time.
Jul 24, Kathy rated it really liked it. I recommend this to librarians all over the library, not just those designated "readers' advisors.
As my esteemed colleague, and husband, contends, it's time to put the science back into "library science". This work does an excellent job in synthesizing the research that is being pursued by both librarians and others promoting reading.
Apr 22, Kaite Stover rated it it was amazing Shelves: professional-reading. Hey, I wrote a chapter for this book, too! I'm in Chapter 4. Unlike David, I don't reread my published works because I completely forget about them once I turn them in to my darling editors. However, I have read David's chapter in all it's unedited glory.
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It is The Awesome. Orgasms and all. Feb 24, AnnaBnana rated it really liked it Shelves: prof-development. This is a really great reference resource. It covers a lot of different topics and I like the juxtaposition of research and practice. Sep 09, Lillian rated it really liked it. The best essay is wrttten by our very own Fabulous Fiction librarian, David Wright where he discusses the 'zen' of Reader's Advisory.
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A must for all who engage with the public in a readers advisory role! Dec 15, Tara rated it really liked it Shelves: reference.
Very good - I really liked all the different perspectives. The chapter by David Wright should be holy scripture for anyone doing RA in public libraries. Jun 26, Debye rated it it was amazing Shelves: library-stuff. Invaluable for approaches to reader's advisory.
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I do recommend reading it. Jun 09, Hannah Jo Parker rated it really liked it. I agree with Lillian. The best essay is the one written by David Wright. And I'd say that even if I didn't know him!
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