CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Read-Alikes

If you fell in love with André Aciman’s prose, beautiful summer setting, and tangible description of love in CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, prepare to be swept off your feet by these Lit Fic read-alikes: MEET ME AT THE MUSEUM by Anne YoungsonBROTHER by David ChariandyONE SUMMER DAY IN ROME by Mark LamprellINVITATION TO A […]

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Most Anticipated Books of Summer 2018

Most Anticipated Books of Summer 2018

Drumroll, please…. Here are the most anticipated books of Summer 2018, according to major media: New York Times — “Refreshing Books to Read This Summer” TEN ARGUMENTS FOR DELETING YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS RIGHT NOW by Jaron Lanier SOMETHING WONDERFUL: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Broadway Revolution by Todd S. Purdum THE PARKING LOT ATTENDANT by Nafkote […]

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June 2018 Bestsellers & Recent Releases

June 2018 Bestsellers & Recent Releases

Here’s our updated Edelweiss collection of this month’s bestsellers and recently released titles, perfect for collection development!  Here are some of the top titles for June 2018: Bestsellers: WHAT TRUTH SOUNDS LIKE by Michael Eric Dyson THE SUN DOES SHINE by Anthony Ray Hinton – Oprah Book Club Edition Recent Releases: BLACK KLANSMAN by Ron […]

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Sneak Peek: June 2018 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: June 2018 Indie Next List

Three Macmillan titles made the June 2018 Indie Next List! SHELTER IN PLACE by Nora Roberts One of Publishers Weekly’s Spring 2018 Literary Fiction picks! “Roberts’ latest polished novel delivers all the literary touchstones her fans have come to expect, including high-stakes suspense, a generous dollop of romance, a thoughtful exploration of the strong bonds […]

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PW’s Spring 2018 Literary Fiction Picks

PW’s Spring 2018 Literary Fiction Picks

Publishers Weekly‘s Spring 2018 literary fiction picks include 8 titles from Macmillan: Top 10 THE GREAT ALONE by Kristin Hannah Hannah’s novel, starred by PW, follows the Allbright family, who barely make ends meet, as they move from 1974 Seattle to the untamed wilderness of Kaneq, Alaska, to claim a parcel of land left to […]

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Libraries in the News

Libraries in the News

Woe to the person who says, “Libraries are dead.” Remember back in October when the U.K.’s New York Observer columnist Andre Walker claimed no one goes to public libraries any more? OH HELL NO! HOLD MY EARRINGS! https://t.co/s3WzpFy4cy — KCMO Public Library (@KCLibrary) October 24, 2017 (It ended with Walker conceding, “Your sheer numbers have […]

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