Connecting readers, books, and libraries

We believe books and libraries have the power to change lives. For 25 years, we have been working with libraries to support their communities and change the future, one reader at a time.

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The Latest showcases NoveList's best tips for connecting readers, book, and libraries.

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Improve Your RA

Practical ways to do readers' advisory better.

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Connect with Community

No matter how and where you reach out to your readers, we have ideas to help you.

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Ideas for Educators

Whether you’re an educator, librarian, parent (or student!), we can help you have the BEST school year ever.

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Evaluate Reader Services

From your strategic plan to your collection development policies, find out how to get to the next level of reader services.

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Promote Your Resources

Creative ideas for launching (or even re-launching) your reader services.

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Stories to Inspire You

Get ideas from libraries around the world doing amazing work.

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NoveList services connect you to your readers and your readers to their next favorite book

NoveList is passionate about working alongside libraries to create better communities of readers, whether that's being an integral part of your readers' advisory practice, helping your readers discover books on the web and in your catalog, providing guidance on what materials to purchase and what materials to weed, or being your library's platform for communicating with your community about job resources, books, programs, and more.

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"LibraryAware truly has made my job about 1,000 times easier. It is possibly the best non-public material service that we use."

Diane Silva, Riverside Public Library

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“NoveList Plus is like a freaking cheat code for RA."

John Davis, Durham County Library

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Female librarian with cart full of books to put away

“We use Core Collections on a daily basis for our collection work from selection to weeding to help us balance demand and collection depth against budget constraints."

Dianne Coan, Fairfax County Library

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