Virtual Galley Group

One of the best parts of my job at SCLS is going into the city for publisher previews, and getting to see all of the upcoming titles. I head into New York City empty handed, and return home with overflowing bags filled with ARCs (advance reader copies) and F&Gs (folded and gathered pages – which translates into an ARC of a picture book).

These preview titles are available for you to look at through system delivery, but I’ve been trying to think of a way to effectively publicize their existence.Thus, the evolution of a Virtual Galley Group!

It is simple and works like this: Check out the Virtual Galley Group board on our Pinterest Page here: http://pinterest.com/sclskids/virtual-galley-group/

Browse through the titles shown, and let me know if you see something you would like to read by leaving me a comment below with the title of the book, your name, and library to send it to. After you read the book, send it back with your comments – did you like it? Love it? Hate it? I will then create a post here so others can get some feedback on the title.

So check out our current ARCS and then come back here and let me know: which title do you most want to read?

Happy Reading!

 

 

 

About Lisa Kropp

As a youth services consultant for the Suffolk Cooperative Library System, I have the wonderful opportunity to work with the member libraries of Suffolk County and their children's departments. This blog is my way to share the many resources and discoveries that I find along my travels!
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4 Responses to Virtual Galley Group

  1. Tracy Geiser says:

    How to Catch A Bogle by Catherine Jink please!! HHHCL

  2. Lisa Kropp says:

    Sending it out to you today! Let me know what you think – I want to read this one too :-)

  3. Kristen Todd-Wurm says:

    I would love to check out this version of Tortoise and the Hare MCPL :)

  4. Christine Dengel says:

    This is fantastic: would you please send me “The Real Boy” at Smithtown: Main Building?