Mac Lib From Home Round-Up (10/22/20)

Welcome to Mac Lib From Home, our fun-sized buzz series from our homes to yours! Jenny Lawson returns with her trademark brutal honesty and humor in her most personal book yet: BROKEN (in the best possible way). Watch Talia’s full video here. Brandon Sanderson’s amazing and epic Stormlight Archives series continues in RHYTHM OF WAR. […]

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NHLA YA Book Buzz Recap

Earlier today, we presented a few of our upcoming YA titles to the New Hampshire Library Association. If you missed the buzz or just want a refresher, see below for a list of all of the titles we presented and a link to the slides. Click here to download our slideshow presentation WHEN THEY CALL […]

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Books for Teens 2021

Come one, come all to the Books for Teens 2021 catalog! Read on to see all 2021 has in store, including romances that will make you swoon, fantasies that will take you to faraway lands, thrillers that will keep you on the edge of your seat, and so much more! Follow us on Twitter (@MacmillanLib) […]

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Books for Teens 2020: Something Old, Something New

Welcome to 2020, the year of retellings! From Macbeth to You’ve Got Mail and everywhere in between, we’ve got retellings galore! And that’s not all! Check out all of our 2020 books for teens below for your fill of adventure, revenge, and romance. Follow us on Twitter (@MacmillanLib) for all book-related news, on Instagram (@Macmillan_Lib) […]

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Required Friday Reading (8/10/18)

Required Friday Reading (8/10/18)

It’s important, now more than ever, to continue reading, reflecting, and engaging in open dialogue about the issues facing us all as a nation. Here are our picks to help you do just that: A HOPE MORE POWERFUL THAN THE SEA: One Refugee’s Incredible Story of Love, Loss, and Survival by Melissa Fleming 2018 Alex […]

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Black History Month E-Book Sale

Black History Month E-Book Sale

Black History Month is almost here! To celebrate, we’re offering a collection of fiction and nonfiction titles in our Black History Month e-Book sale for libraries! Running from January 30 through March 3, more than 30 adult, YA, and children’s e-Books will be discounted 30% off (with our regular lending terms), including these titles: CONVERSATIONS […]

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Read, Reflect & Discuss

Read, Reflect & Discuss

“After a contentious campaign season filled with divisive rhetoric, we are now hearing from our members and in the news media about incidents of bigotry and harassment within our communities. During times like these, our nation’s 120,000 public, academic, school, and special libraries are invaluable allies inspiring understanding and community healing. Libraries provide a safe […]

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WE GON’ BE…JUDGING YOU?!

WE GON’ BE…JUDGING YOU?!

Ok, ok, we will not be judging you, but Luvvie Ajayi might! And Jeff Chang explains why WE ‘GON BE ALRIGHT in our #FridayReads picks: I’M JUDGING YOU by Luvvie Ajayi “Ajayi, known in the social-media sphere as Awesomely Luvvie after her blog, which attracts 500,000 readers a month, has crafted a smart, vividly humorous […]

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February is Black History Month

February is Black History Month

It’s a leap year, so we’ve got an extra day to celebrate Black History Month! We’ve put together an Edelweiss collection of 150+ titles (History! Biography! Fiction! Culture!) to help you with collection development. Here are some highlights: Nonfiction BLACK MAN IN A WHITE COAT by Damon Tweedy PRINCE OF DARKNESS: The Untold Story of Jeremiah […]

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Maximum Shelf Awareness: Picador Turns 20!

Maximum Shelf Awareness: Picador Turns 20!

Today’s issue of Maximum Shelf Awareness is all about Picador! Learn about the imprint’s rich 20-year history and its stellar list of authors, including Paul Auster, Jeff Chang, Michael Cunningham, Jeffrey Eugenides, Jonathan Franzen, Atul Gawande, Elizabeth Kolbert, Ann Leary, Hilary Mantel, Marilynne Robinson, Robin Sloan, Olen Steinhauer, Hector Tobar and Adelle Waldman, among others. […]

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