We are excited to share our new One Book, One Community Catalog, filled with a wide selection of books perfect for your library’s Community Reads programming. We’ve included suggestions that will appeal to both your adult and YA readers, your fiction and nonfiction lovers, and those interested in books with themes ranging from identity to […]
We have a new One Book, One Community Catalog that we’re excited to share with you as it’s filled with a wide selection of books perfect for your library’s One Book programming. We’ve compiled book suggestions with themes from love to identity to courage to crime and justice and more. There is something for every […]
Author Sonia Nazario was in Denver yesterday to announce the great news that … ENRIQUE’S JOURNEY has won One Book, One Denver title! This book will now be read across Denver as their 2012 city book club selection. Read more about their selection in the Denver Post article.
The author of the classic When the Emperor Was Divine, has produced a second masterpiece: a dense, difficult, short work that follows a group of women brought from Japan to San Francisco in the early 1900s as mail-order brides. I say it is difficult because the style is first-person plural and the narrative voices […]
By now you all are probably familiar with CommonReads, a blog dedicated to One Book, One Community and other common reading programs. If you haven’t already, please visit the CommonReads Facebook page and “like us”! Does your library or institution have a common read? Visit this page to learn more about linking up […]
Calling all One Book, One Community committee members, common reading enthusiasts, book group members and Facebook fanatics! CommonReads, your resource for One Book, One Community and other common reading programs, has launched its Facebook page. The page includes a live feed of the CommonReads blog as well as other links, photos from the recent First-Year Experience […]
Just announced yesterday, the Maryland Humanities Council has selected Outcasts United: Outcasts United: An American Town, A Refugee Team, and One Woman’s Quest to Make a Difference as the 2010 One Maryland One Book read. For more on this exciting common reading adoption, visit the new Common Reads blog, dedicated to connecting schools and communites through one […]
We were thrilled to hear that Persepolis was selected as Philadelphia’s new One City Read. Earlyword posted the story, pointing out that this is “Further evidence that the graphic novel format is gaining acceptance…” Read the full story HERE. Not sure Persepolis is right for your community? Check out our new ONE BOOK catalog for […]