A blood feud, a perfect life, and an arsonist!
By November 12, 2014 Leave a Commenton
By November 11, 2014 1 Commenton
Batman and Superman in various incarnations battle it out; a gorgeous and engaging wordless play from Rabaté
A worthwhile book intended for a wide range of knitters and the government’s role in decision-making on military action
A slow-starter from Browning, detailed 19th-century China from Lin, a satisfying historical from Lucas, a complex new adult from Sherwood, and erotic serial from Wolff
Gibson’s tone is ruminative and conversational; Hogue explores boundaries in a slippery, hard-to-grasp world; Hopper’s trim poems look elegant and precise on the page; Johnson helps us stumble upon truth; Vallejo remains one of the greats.
Joyce Saricks and Nancy Brown celebrate the 25th anniversary of their landmark book, Readers’ Advisory Service in the Public Library, and share a few Sure Bets, titles that worked with a wide variety of patrons.
Carter’s clever historical thriller is a winner, Karlsson’s contemporary tale is mandatory reading for cubicle and office workers, Kells has written an absorbing tale that will grip anyone who enjoys survival stories, Walsh’s literary page-turner.
This month brings plenty of offerings that scratch the action itch, from new military sf series from Odom and Resnick to the cutthroat politics and vicious conflicts in Brown’s Golden Son.
Child rearing literature is constantly evolving with the times and can provide the tools or new approach that a baffled parent needs. These eight titles consider topics such as worrisome behavior, technology use, yelling, and nutrition.