Passive Reader’s Advisory for Teens

I found this post from Mlissinginaction and had wanted to do something like this for awhile now. I attempted to make my own fortune teller/cootie catcher and failed miserably (I made them a million times as a kid, but I couldn’t get a good template going). So after much searching, I found a great template on Epic Reads. It was the cutest thing, so I knew I had to use it. Instead of titles,  I decided to use genres instead. The genres range from the average (fantasy, science fiction) to more broader topics (novels in poetry form, books that make you cry).

I put it in my teen room and the first day, a few teens already were using them. Here’s a picture.

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