LJ Nonfiction Reviews: June 15, 2017

This engrossing read should stimulate lively discussion among Hemingway aficionados; Sancton delivers a highly recommended mix of luring tabloid fare and professionally researched courtroom drama; anyone worried about the planet should check out Goodell’s look at sea-level rise

Kings & Queens | Collection Development: The Royals

Members of the British Royal Family continue to fascinate, with their long history and controversies. In this year of Elizabeth’s sapphire jubilee and the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death, there is much to check out.

Saying Yes to New Adventures: Experiencing Paris

No matter if you are exploring the wonderful sights of Paris first hand, or need an escape form day-to-day life, both books provide engaging and enjoyable looks at the City of Love

Within the Pages of a Book: Professional Media Information

Whether you are a librarian or administrator who need to deal with a difficult work-related conversation, a LIS student who is interested in collection development or scholarly publishing, or a reader who wants to learn more about the history of librarianship these books are full of helpful information no matter what your field of interest

Latin American History, May 2017 | Best Sellers

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

LJ Reference Reviews: June 1, 2017

A stellar, comprehensive addition that will shed light on the War and Religion for a wide range of readers; undergraduates and informed general readers will be stimulated by thought-provoking Social Issues in Living Color; Socialism on Film brings socialist worlds to life; however, its offerings will need to be expanded to achieve analyses with true presence

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: June 1, 2017

With thoroughly documented and imaginative chapters, American Watercolor will have wide appeal; a well-turned-out roundup of 16 new fashion and art titles; Danticat’s brave work interrogates The Art of Death with insight and warmth; satisfying recipes for upscale as well as down-home entertaining

U.S. History, May 2017 | Best Sellers

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

Back to the Basics: Establishing a Good Foundation in Your Library

Tips on developing staff relationships for both managers and individuals in the library, easy to follow guides to technical services, and cataloging information for beginners or someone who needs a quick refresher

Oh the Places You’ll Go: Traveling Through Scotland

Highlighting ancient and modern marvels, cathedrals and train stations, and libraries and museums, these are two must-have books for readers who love Scottish culture and have a urge to travel