New LGBT Fiction: Titles To Consider Before June, LGBT Pride Month

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A wide array of queer titles are being released (and rereleased) this winter and spring—from erotica to literary fiction, mysteries to romance, and novels-in-translation to YA. Time to stock your shelves.

Fiction from Cander and O’Hagan, a “New” Vidal, and Stibbe’s Debut | Xpress Reviews

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Despite some glitches, Cander’s novel demonstrates her outstanding prose; the psychological acuity and beautiful writing that typify O’Hagan’s work; fans of Stibbe’s memoir will want her debut; will anyone be interested in Vidal’s early mystery?

Graphic Novel from Darrow & Stewart Is a Zombie Mess | Xpress Reviews

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Darrow’s artistry and the high-production values work against the book, creating expectations it can’t fulfill. Neither details nor gore can keep this “buffet” from monotony

Religion, March 2015 | Best Sellers

June 2014 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

E-Originals from Baxter and Gary, plus a “Dangerous” Debut | Xpress Reviews

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Baxter’s shop owner defends her family in time of war, a bad girl and a bad boy face off, two wounded souls try to find peace and love in a small town

Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, March 2015

The Girl on the Train is riding atop the list; the autobiography of Pioneer Girl Laura Ingalls Wilder stakes its claim

Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, February 2015

Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See shines at No. 1; readers say Yes Please to Poehler

Histories of Irish Americans, the World Cup, plus Guides to Baby Names, Organic Foods | Reference Reviews, March 15, 2015

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A thorough look at the history of Irish Americans in the United States, Lisi’s valued updated edition on soccer’s most important competition, an extensive investigation into naming your child, a must for those buying organic.

Martin’s Foodie Memoir, Nagoski on Women’s Health, Popular Science from Shapiro | Science & Technology Reviews, March 15, 2015

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Blogger Martin delivers a welcome entry into the canon of foodie memoirs, Nagoski’s book will empower women to fully understand their sexual desire, Shapiro raises baffling and thought-provoking ethical issues.

U.S.–China Relations, Travel Japan, Waterloo Bicentennial, Rethinking Reference Services, & More | Social Sciences Reviews, March 15, 2015

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Bradley’s China Mirage is highly recommended to experts and novices alike, Denson’s entertaining and enlightening guide to Japan, Barney Frank’s political memoir, resources for librarians seeking knowledge of reference services.

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