Black Lives Matter. Black Voices Matter. Black Stories Matter. From fiction to nonfiction, poetry to cookbooks, adult to young adult, these books by Black authors are must-reads that are sure to drive the holds lists at your library. Looking for more reading suggestions? Click for Essential Reading and Resources and a Juneteenth Reading List. Celebrate […]
These novels bring readers into the worlds of a harp maker, a Venetian orphan with an incredible singing voice, a destitute piano prodigy who is being courted by an aristocrat, a rock n’ roll band divulging its tumultuous history, and many more. Click for More Musical Fiction.
Learn about the first time novelists that everyone will be talking about this Spring. Click for More Spring 2019 Debuts.
Take an early look at debut fiction coming this Spring from Penguin Random House. From literary fiction to mysteries, the Penguin Random House Library Marketing Spring 2019 Debut Fiction Sampler is filled with fresh new voices that will appeal to all types of readers. Click to Download on Issuu. Click for to Request eGalleys of These Debut […]
Our Spring 2017 Debut Fiction Sampler is filled with fresh new voices that will appeal to all types of readers—from literary fiction devotees to historical fiction lovers, and more. Be among the first to discover this season’s hot new authors! This is a great resource for building your personal TBR pile, but also makes a perfect Readers’ Advisory […]
You’ve read The Girls now what? Emma Cline’s coming-of-age novel, about a teen girl who gets involved with one of the most infamous cults in American history, has become one of the favorite books of the summer. If you loved reading or listening to it and are looking for more, try these similarly cult-themed titles in both fiction and nonfiction. Click for More […]
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 […]
From apocalyptic adventures to intricate Amish relationships, Christian Fiction is so much more diverse than daily devotionals and the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group is a leader in the genre. Plunging readers into the tumult of ancient Egypt, this epic tale of Pharoah’s daughter—sister to King Tut and the rescuer of the infant Moses—will appeal to […]