Click to Read an Excerpt on First Look. Listen to A Clip from the Audiobook. In the old house on a hill, where the city meets the rainforest, Yejide’s mother is dying. She is leaving behind a legacy that now passes to Yejide: one St Bernard woman in every generation has the power to shepherd […]
The most important titles of the Spring 2021 Season, hand-selected for librarians. This year we’ve embraced all things digital—including the presentation of our upcoming seasonal titles! To learn more about our recommendations for books to add to your collections this coming season, take a peek at our digital bookshelves, featuring Must-Have Fiction, Best Bets for […]
Touching on topics such as identity, mortality, and history, these titles are sure to foster great discussion at your book club. Click for More Graphic Novels for Your Book Clubs.
From a new novel by Jojo Moyes to an espionage debut about the beloved classic Doctor Zhivago, these historical fiction reads will take your book club back in time. Click for Even More Historical Fiction Recommendations for Your Book Club.
Whether you’re looking for diversity, romance, or the next big read, here you’ll find something for every kind of book club. For Book Clubs Looking for the Next Big Read: The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead In this bravura follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize, and National Book Award-winning #1 New York Times bestseller The Underground Railroad, Colson […]
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From a laugh-out-loud memoir to tales of espionage to explorations of heroic battles, these nonfiction books are sure to inspire lively discussion with your book clubs. Click for More Nonfiction Book Club Titles. Click for to View Our Book Club Brochures for New Selection Ideas, Discussion Questions, and More. On Desperate Ground by Hampton Sides From the New York […]
A letter for librarians from Anton DiScalfani, author of The After Party There has been more change in the past year of my life than in all the other years combined. I finished a book and gave birth, handing in the manuscript the night before I went into labor; I moved to the Deep South […]