Navigating what she calls the "extravagantly rich world of nonfiction," renowned readers' advisor Wyatt builds readers' advisory bridges from fiction to compelling and increasingly popular nonfiction to encompass the library's entire collection. She focuses on eight popular categories: history, true crime, true adventure, science, memoir, food/cooking, travel, and sports. For each, she explains the subject's scope, popularity, style, major authors and works, and position in readers' advisory interviews. Wyatt addresses who is reading nonfiction and why, while providing readers' advisors with the tools and language to incorporate nonfiction into discussions that point readers to what to read next. Writing from her considerable experience, she: Explains the hows and whys of offering fiction and nonfiction suggestions together, Illustrates ways to get up to speed fast in nonfiction, Shows how to lead readers to a variety of books using her read-around and reading map strategies, Provides tools for building nonfiction subject guides for the collection. This hands-on guide includes nonfiction bibliographies, key authors, benchmark books with annotations, and core collections. It is destined to become the nonfiction bible for readers' advisory and collection development, helping librarians, library workers, and patrons select great reading from the entire library collection! Book jacket.