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Library Displays

not just library displays.how about just a winter bulletin board.culd be up from mid-December through February.

March into a great series Display. with pictures of the books and labels letting readers know what order the series goes in.

March into a great series Display. with pictures of the books and labels letting readers know what order the series goes in.

St. Thomas Public Library (St. Thomas, ON) has done a series of color-based displays, revolving around puns in the displays and the "rate this book" bookmark. Click through to read about "Have you RED this book yet?" More on their board: https://www.pinterest.com/StThomasLib/library-displays/

Have you RED this book yet?

Thomas, ON) has done a series of color-based displays, revolving around puns in the displays

TASTY READ - A roundup of YA books featuring food on their covers. Brought to you by @EpicReads!

TASTY READ - A roundup of YA books featuring food on their covers. Brought to…

Customer Feedback for St. Thomas Public Library's "Have you RED these books yet?" display. (August 2013)

Have you RED this book yet?

Customer Feedback for St. Thomas Public Library's "Have you RED these books yet?

eBook display. We needed a bit of colour and movement to draw attention to the display. In the background we have butterflies made from pages of a book and these move around with the air conditioning. Our eBook collection are displayed in DVD cases. They have the book image on the front and a blurb on the back. We also have a QR Code to take students directly to the overdrive link.

This eBook display tackles one of an eBook collection's biggest problems - a lack of physicality makes casual browsing harder than it could be. DVD cases make an excellent substitute and QR codes lead directly to the relevant page in Overdrive.

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