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*Booktalk Wiki at http://booktalk.pbwiki.com -- Users are welcome to request access to discuss books. It's easy. Help get this wiki skyrocketing with good read suggestions.
 
*Booktalk Wiki at http://booktalk.pbwiki.com -- Users are welcome to request access to discuss books. It's easy. Help get this wiki skyrocketing with good read suggestions.
 
*Check out this relatively new wiki!  [http://hera.jmrl.org/wiki JMRL Reads: A Wiki for Sharing Information about Books for Readers of all Ages]
 
*Check out this relatively new wiki!  [http://hera.jmrl.org/wiki JMRL Reads: A Wiki for Sharing Information about Books for Readers of all Ages]
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Contents

Fiction

Nonfiction

  • Three non-fiction Readers' Advisory resources ("Sure bet narrative nonfiction writers", " Narrative nonfiction genre appeal factors" and " Regional Mysteries Bibliography") at the ALA-RUSA Reader's Advisory Committee page.

Poetry

Young Adult/Teen Booklists

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Recommendations by Nancy Pearl (the queen of readers' advisory):

Books by readers' advisory expert Joyce Saricks:

Guides to Genre Fiction

Guides to Nonfiction

New just for YA:

Search Engines for Finding Book Reviews

Librarians' Personal Lists of Best Books

Overlooked Books that People Might Like

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