Extra! Extra!: November 2021 Book News

Here are the headlines you may have missed this month. The New York Times dives into THE LEAST OF US by Sam Quinones, ENTERTAINING RACE by Michael Eric Dyson, THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION by Noah Feldman, WINTER RECIPES FROM THE COLLECTIVE by Louise Gluck, WITHIN THESE WICKED WALLS by Lauren Blackwood, BURNING BOY by Paul Auster, […]

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Extra! Extra!: September 2021 Book News

HERE ARE THE HEADLINES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THIS MONTH. Jonathan Franzen is taking a more compassionate stance toward his characters—and himself, he tells the Wall Street Journal. NPR talks MISFITS by Michaela Coel, INTO THE FOREST by Rebecca Frankel, ON FREEDOM by Maggie Nelson, CIVILIZATIONS by Laurent Binet, BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU by […]

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NYT Profiles S.A. Cosby

S.A. Cosby has officially taken the literary world by storm with his novels BLACKTOP WASTELAND and RAZORBLADE TEARS. And now, he’s been profiled by the New York Times! Check out what they have to say here. More praise for S.A. Cosby: “Few novels marry tough and tender, head-banging and coming-of-age, as seamlessly as this one […]

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Extra! Extra!: August 2021 Book News

HERE ARE THE HEADLINES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THIS MONTH. The New York Times takes a look at Tracey Lange’s WE ARE THE BRENNANS and Oliver Burkeman’s FOUR THOUSAND WEEKS.  NPR talks DIRTY WORK. George Packer tells us what the pandemic exposed about America. RAZORBLADE TEARS has found its screenwriter. WAYWARD CHILDREN and the Capital […]

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Extra! Extra!: May Book News

HERE ARE ALL OF THE HEADLINES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THIS MONTH. The Washington Post takes on PLACES OF MIND by Timothy Brennan, BROKEN (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson, and A LONELY MAN by Chris Power Oprah talks about WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU?   A conversation with ANNA K’s Jenny Lee and TOKYO […]

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Day’s YA: A CHORUS RISES

A CHORUS RISES by Bethany C. Morrow9781250316035Available on June 1st, 2021 from Tor TeenAges 13 – 18Available to download as an e-galley from Edelweiss YA sensation Bethany C. Morrow’s A SONG BELOW WATER created major waves when it splashed onto the SFF scene last year. Set in Portland, Oregon, this contemporary fantasy follows two young […]

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Extra! Extra!: January 2021 Book News

Here are all of the headlines you may have missed this month. BLACKTOP WASTELAND to hit the big screen. Brandon Stanton connects to the world one photo at a time. A three-year-old romance for fans of Harry Styles. James Comey on the criminal justice system.  Joanne Freeman, author of THE FIELD OF BLOOD, helps define […]

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TLA 2020: Summer of Learning

TLA’s Summer of Learning is live! Click here to register, and see below for our events during the program. Macmillan Book BuzzMacmillan library marketing teams share upcoming titles, including books for all age groups and genres. Katherine Center Speaks on Reading for JoyKatherine Center, New York Times best-selling author of HOW TO WALK AWAY and […]

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NYT’s Group Text Book Club Picks INDELICACY

Are you looking for a new way to talk about books with other book lovers? Enter, The New York Times‘ new book club, Group Text, which takes place entirely online! Check out their article to find out how you can participate. For the inaugural, February 2020 pick, they’ve chosen INDELICACY by Amina Cain, the story […]

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Nonfiction Round-Up (12/11/19)

Nonfiction Round-Up (12/11/19)

The science behind long-term weight loss + Socialism for the skeptics + the true story of the Soviet intelligence operative nicknamed “the spy to end spies” = today’s nonfiction round-up. HOW NOT TO DIET: The Groundbreaking Science of Healthy, Permanent Weight Loss by Michael Greger Included in Publishers Weekly’s Fall 2019 Announcements! Discover the cutting-edge […]

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