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Shelf Talker, Staff Picks displayed on a shelf (template can be found in Flyers - Half)

Shelf Talkers: students complete shelf talker to recommend a book. Model with first classroom read aloud. Shelf talker must contain: title of book, author, color, eye-catching illustration, persuasive language, and teaser summary of book giving setting, character(s), problem, plot preview, description of author's style.

Shelf Talkers-These are very cute and it's wonderful that Carolyn shares her template. I used to have this type of shelf talker on my books but the kids kept taking them. Sounds like a good idea for a library center-Create a Shelf Talker.

Blind date with a book - love this for Love Your Library month.

Give Your eBooks a Physical Presence: Sacramento Public Library Shares Marketing Ideas

Ways to display/highlight eBooks courtesy of Florida International University (FIU) Library.

shelf markers directing students to other similar authors or series they should check out

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What a great idea to promote reading! Shelf talkers. Students use an index card to write an advertisement about a book. Tape it to the shelf below the book!! My students would LOVE this!

Tools for keeping track of new release books, printable forms for hold slips and notification forms, and printable shelf signs alerting students to popular titles.

LOVE this idea. Author information in laminated files folder. Display with author's books or on shelf?

Great idea from Pickerington Public Library in Ohio. Shelf-talkers with staff book recommendations and reviews.

Shelf markers... Modge podge the book cover to a shelf marker to indicate where a series is

I LOVE this idea for school libraries. It's so important for kids to see that teachers are reading for pleasure!

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Series labels ... These would be great in conjunction with my series baskets.

After thinking about how we could promote the library to staff on the first day of our 2015 school year, we decided to greet them with a show bag of library goodies. We wanted to remind staff about...

School library shelf talkers.

50 Words or Fewer: The Art of Writing Shelf Talkers | American Booksellers Association "Word-for-word a well-crafted shelf talker can be the most effective means of recommending a book to an avid reader." I would create these shelf talks with my students and staff. These are already popular with independent book sellers and have been popping up in the big name chain stores too.