Based on years of ground-breaking research, this book supplies a look at the unique relationship between each text and the individual reader that results in a satisfying, pleasurable, and even life-changing reading experience.
• Supplies succinct, authoritative, and readable accounts on a wide range of genre literature and explains why these types of books appeal to readers
• Promotes the librarian's role with readers and helps librarians design readers' advisory services to better serve readers
• Offers valuable insights into readers and reading based on reading research
• Includes an extensive bibliography and list of relevant titles for further reading
• Provides a fascinating read for librarians, educators, and avid readers
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About the Author
Catherine Sheldrick Ross, PhD, is professor emeritus of Library and Information Science at Western University, Ontario, Canada.