I’m a sucker for a good reading graphic and once again Epic Reads blows me away. Their latest graphics include humorous charts to describe situations of readers’ lives. Here are a few examples:
To see all the charts visit this URL. http://www.epicreads.com/blog/extremely-accurate-charts-for-book-nerds/
Now, let’s take a look at some of their other wonderful Reader’s Advisory tools. (What I find very cool is the fact that Epic Reads doesn’t only highlight HarperCollins books. They include books from all the other publishers, too. Way to go, Epic Reads!)
To get to all of the Curated Lists, go to this URL. http://www.epicreads.com/blog/category/curated-reading-lists/
Like, Try, Why
To see all of the Like, Try, Why graphics go to this URL. http://www.epicreads.com/blog/category/like-try-why/
There are some amazing Infographics, but I’m only going to attach one here since it is so big, but here is the URL to see the other ones. http://www.epicreads.com/blog/category/info/
To get to the other Lists go to this URL. http://www.epicreads.com/blog/category/epic-lists/
This brings an end to an extremely long post. I hope you’ve found something new to read or at least a new way to find your next book.
Author: Karin Perry
Assistant Professor of Library Science at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX. She loves reading YA Lit in her spare time.
Categories: Blog Topics, Collection Development
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