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Virtual Book Display: Ladies in Red

July 9th, 2012 by Debbie's World of Books

During ALA 2012 I attended a session about Teen Advisory Boards (TAB) and one activity that was mentioned was handing out color copies of papers with a bunch of options for possible book displays.  The book display categories didn’t necessarily have to be about a specific topic like vampires or werewolves.  Sometimes they were books that all had trees on the covers or books with a certain dominant color on the covers.  The librarian presenting said sometimes the displays that were not genre specific were more successful because there was a wide variety of books on display for people to choose from.

I loved the sample handouts they gave out showing the covers from several categories they let their TAB vote on.  Since I don’t presently work in a library and can’t do my own book displays I figured why not do virtual book displays?  There are so many gorgeous covers for so many awesome books.

Today’s virtual book display follows a “Lady in Red” theme as I’m sure you can tell.  Aren’t they gorgeous?  Which ones are your favorites? Are any of these new to you?  


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2 Responses

  1. Duks

    There all new, but loved Cassandra Clare’s “Clockwork Princess” the whole enchilada is gorgeous!

  2. Jeff Rivera

    I love Everneath by Brodi Ashton. The story is full of myths. It sounds great and I think I am going to like the story. Thanks for posting.

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