Leveling the Field: Women in Sports | Collection Development

Title IX relates to equality for everyone in sports. Recently it has been in the news for issues other than athletics and physical education. These 30 resources will level any collection.

Geography, September 2017 | Best Sellers

November 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Kurt Andersen’s Fantasyland Probes American Society & Politics

Kurt Andersen’s latest book, Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History, investigates the current state of American society, factors leading up to the Trump presidency, and the influence of mass media, past and present.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Six Titles To Aid the Fight

Encompassing a variety of perspectives, the titles below will benefit individuals with a family history of breast cancer, those who have been diagnosed, survivors, caregivers, and health-care providers.

For the Sake of Reading | Wyatt’s World

Just as the new school year gets underway, acclaimed author and Princeton University professor John McPhee publishes his latest title on writing nonfiction, Draft No. 4. Use both occasions to gather the most recent wave of books about books into a display highlighting the pure pleasures of reading.

Editors’ Fall Picks 2017

Forty-one timely titles for autumn and beyond

LJ Talks to Daniel Mendelsohn

Author and critic Daniel Mendelsohn’s literary memoir An Odyssey: A Father, A Son, and an Epic tells at least two stories. At 81, Mendelsohn’s father, a retired research scientist, decided to sit in on his literature professor son’s Odyssey seminar at Bard College. After that, the father-son duo retraced Odysseus’s route on a Mediterranean sea cruise.

There’s Always Room for Creativity: 13 Craft/DIY Books

Creative women offering tips on forming a comfortable, welcoming home; simple, easy-to-memorize, basic stitch patterns; and fun, playful, and unexpectedly painterly crayon drawing; whatever you are in the mood to create, you have come to the right place

Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, August 2017

Into the Water floats to the top; Al Franken joins the nonfiction list

Nonfiction on a Passion for Birds and Animal Behavior | Xpress Reviews

Flawed but nevertheless recommended for those interested in natural history and the history of science; those wanting fresh insight on animal thought should look elsewhere