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Montana Book Club Central

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Please be aware that the Montana Book Club Central Wiki is on its way out.  New content on this site with be limited.  Montana libraries continue to share books, book kits, and reader's advisory information.  Please contact the Montana Library Association to learn more.


Where do you learn about books?  Here's a short list of reader's advisory resources.  Do you have a favorite to add?


















Comments (5)

Lauren said

at 9:51 am on May 24, 2017

High County News for reviews on books about the west.

Lauren said

at 10:22 am on May 24, 2017

From Ms. Van: LM_NET listserv

Debbie Stewart said

at 9:36 am on May 25, 2017

Favorite RA sources- Book Page Magazine, New York Times Book Review magazine, friend recommendations on Good Reads, and of course staff picks.
Thanks, Debbie Stewart, GFPL

Beth Boyson said

at 1:09 pm on Jun 1, 2017

O Magazine (Oprah) has a great couple of pages every month on new books. Just about every magazine i read does, Yoga Journal, Sunset Magazine, Martha Stewart Living! i wish i could screen them in EBSCO.

Jean Nielsen said

at 8:27 am on Jun 8, 2017

I like to use the Montana Literature Map with patrons, as well as all the Montana-focused magazines - Sporting Journal, Outdoors, Quarterly, State of the Arts - Reading Rants website for teen books - Booklist mag - independent book stores (Books and Books in Butte, for one) - catalogs in big libraries (Denver Public is one I use).

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