- The Readers' Advisory Guide To Nonfiction by Neal Wyatt, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®
- Nonfiction Readers' Advisory
- The Readers' Advisory Guide to Nonfiction
General Nonfiction Booklists Free Book Notes — "Free book notes, study guides, book summaries, chapter summaries, and analyses Goodreads — The largest of several social sites for readers. Searching for a title will typically yield dozens or even hundreds of reviews and ratings as well as a brief description of the book. Reviews can be filtered based on the user ratings as well, so that you can read only reviews by people who loved or hated the book.
Most lists provide just author and title, but some include brief comments.
Some of the genres include: Inventions and Discoveries Memoirs Microhistories Survivor Stories Women's History LibraryThing — Sometimes called "Facebook for books," LibraryThing allows individuals to catalog their own books and then allows users to search those books for lists of similar books as well as user reviews and recommendations. It will still make sense what the author is trying to say, but then look through the collection for more UPDATED resources in each category.
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Dec 12, Leigh Anne rated it it was amazing. Wyatt is a sharp cookie, recognized by name in the library profession, so it's definitely worth listening to her. Especially since she's on point about nonfic. This is one of the few other resources that exist on non-fic RA, and it's a great companion to the Burgin collection previously listed.
Sep 15, Jayne Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. I tend to be a nonfiction reader. I like displays on nonfiction books at libraries and usually select one. All the same aspects are important- appeal, story line, etc. I am looking at fiction matches from key words, subjects, etc. Nov 17, Robin rated it it was amazing.
Nonfiction Readers' Advisory
Any library staff who works with patrons--novices or pros--should read this book and become familiar with Saricks's principles. Also great for patrons looking for guidance in what to read. For Salem Library patrons, this is available on the Readers' Shelf for in-library reading. Oct 23, Jen Johnson rated it liked it Shelves: library-science. Good information, but Wyatt seems to think that everyone is terrified of the nonfiction stacks.
As I am not, I don't know how accurate this judgement is. I appreciate the reading lists that are included, and will be keeping them on file. Dec 05, Leslie rated it it was amazing Shelves: library-science. I have used this book as a reference for library school papers. The book has some excellent tips and suggestions. In addition, there are many suggested titles for further information. There are also many interesting suggestions for readable nonfiction.
Nov 01, Lee F. Really good information. Aug 19, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: nonfiction.
In easy-to-follow steps, Wyatt. This hands-on guide includes nonfiction bibliography, key authors, benchmark books with annotations, and core collections. Neal Wyatt is a contributing editor and the readers' advisory columnist for Library Journal.https://mysistokingci.ga
The Readers' Advisory Guide to Nonfiction
She is the author of The Readers' Advisory Guide to Nonfiction as well as numerous articles and several book chapters. An incomparable tool for librarians and patrons alike. Skip to search. Skip to main menu.
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