A Letter to Librarians from Catherine Gildiner

In GOOD MORNING, MONSTER: A Therapist Shares Five Heroic Stories of Emotional Recovery, Catherine Gildiner takes us behind the closed doors of a therapist’s office as she shares five of her most memorable patients who worked through their emotional wounds. Today she joins us with a letter to librarians to share how the library system […]

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A Letter to Librarians from AJ Harper (9/12/22)

In WRITE A MUST-READ, author AJ Harper, an editor and publishing strategist, helps new authors write books that matter, grow their readership, and establish their personal brand. Today, the author joins us with a letter to librarians to share how libraries can support those individuals who use the space as a place of creative freedom. […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Lee Geum-yi (9/1/22)

In THE PICTURE BRIDE, Lee Geum-yi shares the story of Willow, a picture bride who—under the guise of false promises of success and joy—travels from Korea to Hawaii to marry a man she does not know. Today, the author joins us with a letter to librarians to share what inspired her to write the story […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Rob Volpe (7/28/22)

In TELL ME MORE ABOUT THAT: Solving the Empathy Crisis One Conversation at a Time, author Rob Volpe explains his five steps to empathy and shows readers how they too can strengthen their own empathy muscles. Today, he joins us with a letter to librarians to talk more about his hopes for his book and […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Ric Prado (3/1/22)

Ric Prado–the highest-ranking covert warrior to lift the veil of secrecy–tells the story of his legendary career and offers a glimpse into the shadow wars that America has fought since the Vietnam Era in his harrowing memoir, BLACK OPS: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior. Today, Ric joins us to share what libraries mean […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Stephen Mitchell (12/15/21)

In THE FIRST CHRISTMAS, award-winning author Stephen Mitchell reimagines the Christmas tale and gives it a new life that conveys the beautiful and complex culture of the time. Today we are joined by Stephen Mitchell with a letter to librarians about his vision for the novel and the background of the story. THE FIRST CHRISTMAS: […]

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Mohamad Jebara on Libraries (11/19/21)

In MUHAMMAD, THE WORLD CHANGER: An Intimate Portrait, author Mohamad Jebara places Islam’s founding prophet’s life in a broader historical context, vividly evoking the Meccan society he was born into and arguing that his innovative vision helped shape our modern world. Today, he joins us to share more about Muhammad’s connection to libraries! Libraries in […]

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The Debut Review: Get to Know Paige Crutcher (7/13/21)

Paige Crutcher’s enchanting debut, THE ORPHAN WITCH, is all about the sisterhood of magic, discovering the true meaning of home, and learning who you really are.  Persephone May has been alone her whole life–abandoned as an infant and marked by a haunting curse. Wherever she goes the weather changes, inanimate objects start to move, and […]

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End of the Year Spectacular E-Books Sale for Libraries

Expand your e-book collection with these recent and backlist essentials! From 11/16/20 through 1/04/21, many of our e-Books will be discounted 25% off (with our regular lending terms), including these bestsellers and award-winners: THE SWITCH by Beth O’LearyBLACKTOP WASTELAND by S. A. CosbyJUST US: An American Conversation by Claudia RankineA GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD by Therese Anne […]

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Imprint Spotlight: Celadon Books

Welcome back to Imprint Spotlight! Today, we’ll learn more about Celadon Books and get a few creepy reading recommendations just in time for Halloween. Let’s dive in! Rachel Chou [Associate Publisher, Celadon Books] “I am the Associate Publisher of Celadon Books. In this role, I oversee all marketing, publicity, and integration with sales. Celadon Books […]

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