Public library staff across the nation have spoken! Congratulations to all the books selected for the May 2017 LibraryReads Top Ten List! Click to Prepare for Your May Readers’ Advisory. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: A Novel (#1) by Gail Honeyman “I loved this book about the quirky Eleanor, who struggles to relate to other people and […]
Hitting shelves next week! From the author of The Middle of Somewhere and House Broken, All the Best People is an intricately crafted story of madness, magic, and misfortune across three generations. Vermont, 1972. Carole LaPorte has a satisfying, ordinary life. She cares for her children, balances the books for the family’s auto shop and laughs when her […]
Click to request eGalleys of our favorite August titles, and if you love the reads, please consider nominating one (or more) for LibraryReads! Remember, voting for the August list ends on June 20th. Click to Request eGalleys of These August Titles. The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne From the beloved bestselling author of The Boy in the […]
Jennifer Finney Boylan joins Beaks and Geeks to talk about Long Black Veil, a novel about a woman whose family and identity are threatened by the secrets of her past. She talks murder, historical figures, and intrigue! Click to Listen to the Interview with Jennifer Finney Boylan. Click for More Information About Long Black Veil.
Intricate, heartrending, and morally urgent, Ranger Games is a crime story like no other about a U.S. Army Ranger who robbed a bank the day before his deployment to Iraq. Here, author Ben Blum writes a letter to librarians about how libraries and book influenced him and his cousin, Alex Blum, the Army Ranger who committed armed […]
It was never supposed to be this close. And of course she was supposed to win. How Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump is the riveting story of a sure thing gone off the rails. Moving blow-by-blow from the campaign’s difficult birth through the bewildering terror of election night, Shattered tells an […]
With immigration featuring so prominently in the news, we wanted to share some of our favorite backlist and forthcoming titles about the topic for your readers’ advisory. Whether fiction or nonfiction, these books shed light on a very important issue of today. Click for More Nonfiction Titles on Immigration. Click for More Fiction Titles on […]
Convert your fiction readers with these true crime books that read like novels. Click to Discover Them All.
Diksha Basu, debut author of The Windfall, thanks librarians for their support and shares a lovely story about how libraries play an important role in her grandmother’s life. Watch the video below. For the past thirty years, Mr. and Mrs. Jha’s lives have been defined by cramped spaces, cut corners, gossipy neighbors, and the small dramas of stolen yoga […]