September 2018 Nonfiction

September 2018 Nonfiction

From history to education to health, these new titles are perfect for your shelves: HEART: A History by Sandeep Jauhar An ALA Annual 2018 “Read n’ Rave” Pick! “Deftly alternating between key historical episodes and his own work, cardiologist Jauhar tells the colorful and little-known story of the doctors who risked their careers and the […]

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Friday Reads: Back to School!

Friday Reads: Back to School!

New backpacks and the sweet smell of pencil shavings…yep, it’s back to school time! Here are two new books to help navigate the season, plus an eBook sale for Libraries! SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP: How Discipline Can Set Students Free by Cinque Henderson “A film and TV writer (e.g., HBO’s The Newsroom) and a […]

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July 2018 All-Stars

July 2018 All-Stars

Whether it’s literary fiction, mystery, poetry, or graphic novels, these books all have the same thing in common: multiple starred reviews! THE GOLDEN STATE by Lydia Kiesling “Kiesling’s intimate, culturally perceptive debut portrays a frazzled mother and a fractious America, both verging on meltdown. But perhaps best of all is her thought-provoking portrait of a […]

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BABY TEETH is a July 2018 LibraryReads Pick!

BABY TEETH is a July 2018 LibraryReads Pick!

FANTASTIC NEWS! Zoje Stage’s BABY TEETH is #4 on the July 2018 LibraryReads list! One of Publishers Weekly‘s Best Books of Summer 2018 with THREE starred reviews! “WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN meets GONE GIRL meets THE OMEN. Interested? That might be the best way to describe Zoje Stage’s highly anticipated debut novel, BABY […]

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For Your Consideration: August 2018 LibraryReads Titles

For Your Consideration: August 2018 LibraryReads Titles

Download, read, and nominate your favorite titles for the August 2018 LibraryReads list! *Nominations are due June 20! Click here for the full list of 2018 deadlines. FEARED by Lisa Scottoline Also available in audio In the next book in the mega-best-selling Rosato & DiNunzio thriller series, the all-female law firm is hit with a […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Our #FridayReads are the perfect way to kick off this Mother’s Day weekend: MOTHERHOOD by Sheila Heti A May 2018 Indie Next pick and one of PW’s Spring 2018 Literary Fiction picks with two starred reviews! “The subject of the new novel from Heti is neither birth nor child-rearing, but the question of whether to […]

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Gone Girl + We Need to Talk About Kevin = BABY TEETH

Gone Girl + We Need to Talk About Kevin = BABY TEETH

“We Need to Talk About Kevin meets Gone Girl meets The Omen. Interested? That might be the best way to describe Zoje Stage’s highly anticipated debut novel, BABY TEETH…a twisty, delirious read that will constantly question your sympathies for the two characters as their bond continues to crumble.” — Entertainment Weekly Former screenwriter Stage’s “bad […]

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New Nonfiction in January 2018

New Nonfiction in January 2018

Our nonfiction releases this month go beyond FIRE AND FURY (but Wolff’s book is YUGE…): FIRE AND FURY: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff Library holds are high and media is at a fever pitch for Wolff’s Trump White House tell-all. ACHTUNG BABY: An American Mom on the German Art of Raising Self-Reliant […]

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Our #LibFaves17 Picks

Our #LibFaves17 Picks

We enjoyed seeing so many of you participate in #LibFaves17 (thanks for making Jane Harper’s THE DRY an official 2017 Top Ten pick!). Now here are OUR #LibFaves17 picks (aka our 2017 “Recommended Reads” from the newsletter): Talia THE MAP THAT LEADS TO YOU by J.P. Monninger Also available in audio Finally, a book version […]

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For Your Consideration: August 2017 LibraryReads Titles

For Your Consideration: August 2017 LibraryReads Titles

Download, read, and nominate your favorite titles for the August 2017* LibraryReads list! *Nominations are due June 20! Click here for the full list of 2017 deadlines. GLASS HOUSES by Louise Penny When a mysterious figure appears on the village green on a cold November day in Three Pines, Armand Gamache, now Chief Superintendent of […]

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