Announcing the winner of the 2020 ILA / ARRT Readers’ Advisory Service Award… the Cook Memorial Public Library District’s Book Club Program, led by Andrea Larson. Read more about it in the ILA press release.
The ARRT Book Chat via Zoom is back on 08.06.20 starting at 2pm This BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) style program has some simple guidelines: Bring any title you’d like to share with the group. Any genre (fiction or nonfiction) and any format (audiobooks, movies, television, podcasts, or music) are welcome! If you’ve been focusing on re-reading
Start the New Year by renewing your ARRT Membership! Members receive discounted programs pricing for members, as well as the opportunity to participate in our 2020-2021 Narrative Nonfiction Genre Study and Book Club Study. To renew or join, you can print out the membership form, or become a member online. If you have
There’s still time to nominate someone for the ILA Readers’ Advisory Service Award, sponsored by ARRT. The award recognizes excellence in the planning, development, and delivery of readers’ advisory service to adults and teens. And you can even nominate yourself or your library! Nominations are due May 15. For more details, see the ILA awards
Start the New Year by renewing your ARRT Membership. Members receive discounted programs pricing for members as well as the opportunity to participate in our 2018-2019 Romance Genre Study, as well as the Book Club Study. Our goal is to also make the 5th edition of The ARRT Popular Fiction List free to our members at the Fall