Allison's Book Bag

Library Customer Snapshot

Posted on: August 5, 2011

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Check out my Lincoln City Libraries Customer Snapshot! I submit mini-reviews to my local library’s website, and this past month the site manager of the Reader Services page asked if I would be willing to be the focus of a new issue of Customer Snapshot. Each issue focuses on a specific library customer (or family of customers), giving a little background about them and allowing them to share a list of up to twenty recommended reads (or audiobooks, or DVDs). Of course, I agreed!

The focus of Allison’s Book Bag is changing and in conjunction so are the selections that I am picking to review. You can read about some of those changes in my Sunday post. Why do you read?

Over the past year, I introduced you to a few of my favorite books. I also tried compiling round-ups of books by an author of on a theme. In the months ahead, I plan to introduce you to more favorite books through round-ups of them. What are your favorite reads?

Besides reviewing some favorites and classics this past year, I also checked out books featured in reading groups at Good Reads. In doing so, I encountered some fabulous new books to add to my wish list. What are your top unexpected reading discoveries?

In hosting this blog, I have grown this year as a reader. What are your favorite book review blogs? What are some features you like to find at review blogs? (Expect these questions to show up in later polls!)


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Happy New Year!

Allison’s Book Bag is currently on hiatus. I will return after a much-needed rest with reviews of Advanced Reader Copies including: Freddy Frogcaster and the Flash Flood by Janice Dean, One Two by Igor Eliseev, Incredible Magic of Being by Kathyrn Erskine, Dragon Grammar Book by Diane Robinson, and Wide as the Wind by Edward Stanton.



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