Prepositions after "must-read"

must-read for, in, on or of?

In 94% of cases "must-read for" is used

It is a must-read for all ages.

It is a must-read for all of us.

It's also a must-read for Neil fans.

This is a must-read for parents and educators who want to and improve of children.

This wonderful book is a must-read for every woman in search of greater happiness.

A must-read for future cartoonists, as well as anyone who simply needs a good laugh.

It is a must-read for all J'Americans, and also for anyone who has ever lived in Jamaica for any length of time.

An encyclopedic must-read for anybody who has pondered the greatness, perfection, and oddities of Miss Streisand.

A must-read for anyone who would like to understand film as something beyond what Hollywood and Bollywood dish out.

Complete with important developments in the 2009 off-season, the book stands as an absolute must-read for NFL fans.

In 2% of cases "must-read in" is used

This scary story should be a must-read in journalism schools.

Given that STC is a classic must-read in the script writing genre, he thought it might inspire me to rework The Chicken Thief for the big screen.

The 1989 essay by Zionist Orientalist Bernard Lewis - ' The Roots of Muslim Rage ' is still a must-read in universities, intellectual hubs and military schools.

In 1% of cases "must-read of" is used

Fully available from Vital Signs Publishing in 2010, THE TRUTH AGENDA is becoming the must-read of its genre.