Form Based RA


Salt Lake County Libraries 

Williamsburg Regional Library 


Readers' Advisory 2.0

The Fiction-L discussion list came up with these social networking sites that are useful for readers advisory — which means for finding books that might interest you, and for sharing books and the enjoyment of reading them with others. Which are your favorites? I'm a big GoodReads fan, personally.... For more, see the Social Networking RA sites page!


Reader's Maps

Reader’s Maps connect fiction and nonfiction in the Readers Advisory. Using themes other than "writes like X" or "takes place in Y", a map can take a reader through some history and travel, romance and memoir to fully experience a theme

Readers Maps at Topeka Shawnee Public Library

Bayeux Tapestry includes history,art, and fiction about the Norman Conquest

To Say Nothing of the Dog, based on the Connie Willis SF title offers "Unreliable Narrarators" and "Time Travel" as accompaniments

The Oldest Profession is everything you ever wanted to know about prostitution, including Moll Flanders, and so forth

Staying in Afghanistan, From India to the USA from Nancy Pearl, a handout from PLA 2006

Reading Maps are also listed at Oak Park Public Library



Seattle Public Library is using LibraryThing and is has some great tagging features!