Expand your e-book collection with these recent and backlist essentials! From 4/27 through 5/25, many of our e-Books will be discounted 25% off (with our regular lending terms), including these bestsellers and award-winners: THE RISE OF MAGICKS by Nora RobertsWOLF HALL by Hilary MantelSUNSET BEACH by Mary Kay AndrewsUNCANNY VALLEY by Anna WienerTHE RUIN OF […]
John Moe’s popular podcast is coming out from your earbuds and onto the page with THE HILARIOUS WORLD OF DEPRESSION, a remarkable investigation of the disease, part memoir of his own journey, part treasure trove of laugh-out-loud stories and insights drawn from years of interviews with some of the most brilliant minds facing similar challenges. […]
Essays that’ll make you laugh out loud, a beautiful friendship between Carly Simon and Jackie O, the best questions received by librarians, and the buildings that have transformed New York…check it all out in today’s nonfiction round-up. DO YOU MIND IF I CANCEL?: Things That Still Annoy Me by Gary Janetti “A TV veteran’s memories […]
It’s National Library Week, and what better way to celebrate than with some of our favorite books by librarians, about libraries, or starring librarians: DEAR FAHRENHEIT 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks by Annie Spence A September 2017 LibraryReads pick, Gen X-er librarian Spence’s book is a snarky, laugh-out-loud funny, deeply moving collection of […]
Happy #ThrillerThursday to: MURDER IN THE MANUSCRIPT ROOM: A 42nd Street Library Mystery by Con Lehane In the second book in the 42nd Street Library mystery series, crime fiction curator Raymond Ambler uncovers how the 1980s shooting of a union leader is linked to the death of a research assistant and the disappearance of a […]
Happy #BookBday to the 2017 editions of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS and GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS GAMER’S EDITION! To celebrate, Guinness has created a FREE, downloadable Teacher’s Guide and is giving away 3 copies of both books to lucky librarians and/or teachers! The Teacher’s Guide allows students and young patrons to explore the world of record-breaking in a […]
Admit it. You love Sarah Palin. Little Brown did a fantastic book trailer promoting 100 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer's. It's very funny.
While we're on the topic of our favorite red-skirt-suit wearing politician, you should check out The Lies of Sarah Palin. It's out February 1st, 2010, from St. Martin's Press.
Visit Macmillan Library in booth #2239 during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference!
Thursday, April 15th (10:15-11:50 AM / Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Rm# 206AB) "Book Buzz" Summer 2010 title preview featuring Talia!
Friday, April 16th (2:00-3:50 PM / Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Rm# 214D) "Tales of Texas Authors, Lives!" panel featuring Francis Ray, Kathryn Casey and Kinky Friedman!