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How Does Good Reading Help Libraries?

Here at Good Reading Magazine we are passionate about books and reading. But not only that, we're also passionate about inspiring kids. Read on to learn about what we can do for your members, young and old.

 

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Good Reading Resource Hub for Book Lovers 

Good Reading print and digital magazines

SpineOut (an e-zine for teens)

PK mag (an e-zine for primary kids)

Good Reading Magazine HomepageGood Reading and the Resource Hub for Book Lovers

Hundreds of libraries around Australia and New Zealand have subscribed to access the Resource Hub for Book Lovers which includes access to our digital issues of Good Reading magazine.

Our Resource Hub for Book Lovers helps members to:

  • keep track of the books they've read
  • make a wish list of books they'd like to borrow
  • recommend books to other readers
  • write their own reviews
  • read what other members recommend

Members via the Hub can also :

  • read all our independent books reviews
  • enjoy articles in an easy to read web format
  • browse the current and full archive of the digital versions of Good Reading magazine

Libraries can provide access to members directly to the Hub for Book Lovers and/or provide direct access to the current and full archive of the digital versions of Good Reading magazine. This can be from within the library and/or from home.

Good Reading magazine November 2016Good Reading - the popular magazine for book lovers

The print issue of Good Reading magazine is used extensively by library staff and is highly popular with library members. 

Good Reading is a trusted resource that helps library staff to recommend good books for members to read and for members to find a good book to borrow and read for themselves.

The digital versions of Good Reading magazine are a great complement to the print magazines and provide many additional benefits.

Readers can browse the digital current issue from the front to back or chosse an article or section to read.

The full digital back issue archive of Good Reading is available to all staff and members.

A helpful search function is available within the digital magazines to find articles, reviews and information about authors across multiple issues. 

The digital editions of Good Reading can be made available from within the library or from home. 

 

SpineOut

PK magSpineout + PK mag

Both SpineOut and PK mag are great resources to help libraries and librarians engage with their younger membership.  

Spineout is a e-zine for YAs.

SpineOut publishes YA's creative work from book reviews, poetry, short stories, artwork, photography or stories about activities they have done. If they've created something or been involved in creating something we'll publish it for them!

PK mag is an e-zine for primary age kids. We publish their creative work from book reviews, poetry, short stories, artwork, photography or stories. If they've created something or been involved in creating something we'll publish it for them!

If you have YAs or primary age kids visiting your library why not help them get published? Send us your members' activities, stories, artwork or photos of fun events that your library has held.

Promote your library by having your young members experience the thrill of seeing themselves published. 

To learn more about the Good Reading Hub for Book Lovers and our great magazines why not drop us a line?