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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.

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

Undead and well read. Zombie library display.

Question of the Moment in the library display. Students and staff answer on sticky notes. How about LITERARY questions? Neat idea.

Two separate engaging and creative lessons.

Shelf Talker, Staff Picks (in the half-flyers section!)

Librarians, are you writing great shelf talkers like this? Shelf Awareness for Wednesday, February 20, 2013 |

Book Tasting Menu <-- I've done several book tastings, but this menu is awesome

Staff Picks Book Display

If you liked... Read-alike display for teens.

Library Displays

The Library Marketing Toolkit A whole website full of stuff to help you market your library.

Library Ideas - shelf talkers // http://www.pinterest.com/pin/550565123167216906/

Mugshots... great idea for a fun Family Reading Night activity! This is for banned books. Might be cute to take a pic of all staff holding up their favorite book for literacy night.

Wake County public library display of red books in February. Cary branch, on Academy Drive.

Hollywood Walk of Fame! Use for books that have been made into movies?

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

promo eBooks via our library catalog

green book tree