The Reading Path or Reading Map

This a recent development in Readers’ Advisory practice. The Reading Path allows a reader to follow a subject or theme and find additional titles related to their original book. It is more sophisticated than typical “read-alike” process. This web site features the original 1996 Library Journal article by Neal Wyatt that introduced to concept to the public. It also includes several “reading paths” that are good examples of the process. Thanks to FictionL for bringing this site to my attention


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