Read On-- Women's Fiction
An indispensable book for every readers' advisor offers new reading lists of women's fiction for RA, handouts, websites, or for readers to browse for that next great read.
Vnuk (adult services, Glen Ellyn Public Library, Illinois) introduces readers and their advisors about what to read to a broad sampling of books available in subgenres of women's fiction. Following an introduction defining women's fiction in historical context, she lists succinctly-annotated books by categories including working women, dating, and "mommy lit." Especially engaging is the inclusion of less conventionally themed books: e.g., "never hit 'reply all,' " stories told through e-mails and other communiques. The guide's reading lists can be used to create library print materials and on library web sites. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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