I’ve shared individual ones before, but I’m not sure which ones. So here’s a collection of the first 10 Like—>Try—>Why reader’s advisory graphics I’ve made for the library.
I always love these. I usually print them out, laminate them, and hang them around the fiction section.
Reblogging to look at later.
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