Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Theresa Weir’s The Orchard

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Theresa Weir’s The Orchard

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Meghan O’Rourke’s The Long Goodbye

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Meghan O’Rourke’s The Long Goodbye

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Sara Gran’s Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Sara Gran’s Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Edward Girardet’s Killing the Cranes: A Reporter’s Journey Through Three Decades of War in Afghanistan

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Edward Girardet’s Killing the Cranes: A Reporter’s Journey Through Three Decades of War in Afghanistan

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: T√©a Obreht’s The Tiger’s Wife and Yannick Murphy’s The Call

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: T√©a Obreht’s The Tiger’s Wife and Yannick Murphy’s The Call

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Amanda Stevens’s The Restorer

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Amanda Stevens’s The Restorer

Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Stephen Greenblatt’s The Swerve

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Librarians’ Best Books of 2011: Stephen Greenblatt’s The Swerve

Guest Post: A Librarian's Brooklyn Book Festival Takeaways

Guest Post: A Librarian's Brooklyn Book Festival Takeaways

Give 'Em What They Want, Then Give 'Em the Good Stuff: Why We Can't Afford to Focus on Small Press

Give 'Em What They Want, Then Give 'Em the Good Stuff: Why We Can't Afford to Focus on Small Press

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