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Our Curated Content 

Being confident in readers’ advisory is about more than having the best recommendations to turn to. At NoveList, we know it’s important for librarians to have quick access to fun, interesting recommended reading lists to hand out, book discussion guides that ask thought-provoking questions, and articles to help with everything from running a sensory storytime to a quick review of historical romance. Librarians from around the world turn to NoveList for quick help with readers’ advisory through our curated content. 


NoveList librarians and contributors put together different types of articles to help librarians in the field better help their readers no matter their age. In these articles, you’ll find information on diversity in picture books, gothic fiction, weird westerns, and more. Like with the Curricular Connections below, NoveList articles offer you brief lessons from some of the top readers’ advisory librarians in the U.S., Australia, and Canada. 

Book Discussion Guides 

Our Book Discussion Guides offer unique content that you and your readers won’t be able to find anywhere else, including original questions (and possible answers), a summary of the book, and further reading suggestions--all designed to help book discussion leaders and members think about books in a new way.  

Curricular Connections 

Curricular Connections are geared especially for media specialists and teachers, providing resources supporting topics like the alphabet, writing, and comprehension. You’ll find these articles written by some of the top media specialists in the country, with years of experience connecting the lessons of the classrooms with the books in the school media center.  

Recommended Reads Lists 

If you’re looking for quick book display ideas, a quick list of “good books” to give to a patron, or ideas for yourself, Recommended Reads Lists are a librarian’s best friend. Covering all ages and genres and including both print and audiobook, Recommended Reads Lists are NoveList’s quick hits for good books. Especially popular are our “For Fans Of…” lists offering reading suggestions tied to popular TV shows, movies, and music.