The first display that students see when they walk in my high school library is the round table on which I usually display brand new fiction titles. This type of display was influenced by my years of working for a major bookseller. New books were always merchandised on a round table at the front door, and so I use the same strategy in the library. I use a box placed under the fabric to create a second tier in the middle of the table. Stacking books underneath a displayed title allows me to display larger quantities of books. When I stack them like that, I try to group similar titles together (mysteries, supernatural, etc.).