Books by Design: Vintage Fashion in Fiction | The Reader’s Shelf

Astor Place Vintage

Tag sales and thrift shops are not the only places to discover vintage finds. Authors have unearthed the delights of dressing from the past as well. Romance, history, and friendship deepen these stories, and, of course, dresses are in the mix

Wrapping Up Audiobook Month: Audio Suggestions for the Casual Listener | Wyatt’s World

The Book Thief

Corduner’s steady voice reads the The Book Thief, Lamia and Oduye highlight Kidd’s many strengths, Reading delivers with verve and keenness, a plummy performance from Rhind-Tutt, Vance nimbly navigates history

He Says: Five Excellent Male Narrators | Wyatt’s World

Mr. Mercedes

Bramhall has a rich, appealingly gruff voice, Herrmann combines a deft hand at pacing, emotionally dimensional accents from Jackson, Petkoff keeps listeners invested, Patton is joyfully easy on the ear

She Says: Five Excellent Female Narrators | Wyatt’s World

Lost Sisterhood

The warm voice of Campbell well matches Fortier’s time-slip novel, Cassidy helps listeners establish a strong sense of engagement, listeners can trust Ikeda’s skill, King knows how to bring a novel to life, Sterlin is a narrator to know.

Thrilling Readers | Wyatt’s World

Unleashed

Suggest these five narrators to listeners hoping for mysteries and an electrified atmosphere

From Cosmos to the Universe Within | RA Crossroads

Cosmos

Readers’ advisory (RA) recommends Cosmos, from the discoveries that led to the invention of motors to explanations of evolution and extinction. Lead patrons to a richly mixed universe of watch-alikes, read-arounds, & more

Star Readers | Wyatt’s World

My Dear I wanted To Tell You

Five exceptional voices narrating exceptional writing

Privacy, Data, and the Clandestine | Wyatt’s World

The Good Spy

No Place To Hide for The Good Spy; from The Snowden Files to Big Data, a Dragnet Nation

Nonfiction of Note: Five Titles Not To Miss This Month | Wyatt’s World

Birdmen

Please your patrons by suggesting nonfiction; five titles in which social history, art, politics, and larger-than-life figures unfold

May Debuts plus a Sophomore Effort | Wyatt’s World

The Pearl That Broke It's Shell

Four first (disturbing, rocket-fast, quick-reading, ambitious) novels and a new favorite author returns

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