E-Originals from Boyett-Compo, Burke, and Debut Author Calvin | Xpress Reviews

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Boyett-Compo’s story deals with abuse, rape, and physical violence—not a light undertaking; Burke’s latest is another solid entry in a heartfelt, family-driven series; Calvin’s debut novel is the first in a planned series about the Coast Guard

Mathematics, April 2015 | Best Sellers

July 2014 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

Other People’s Stories | Memoir

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In trying to find a common thread to the titles I selected this month, I couldn’t help but notice that the majority, while still memoirs, are actually stories about someone else.

Q&A: Roger Jänecke

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LJ talks to Roger Jänecke of Visible Ink Press about trends in reference and how his company has responded to them over the years.

Climate Warning Bells: The Search for Sustainability

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Barnham’s big claims about the viability (and necessity) of solar energy; a vision of how climate inaction might be overcome, Brecher intrigues; Seaman’s sterling addition to all photo collections, Taillant opens our eyes wide to ignored natural resources.

Top Spring Indie Poetry: Exciting New Works for National Poetry Month and Beyond

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Blake reveals how celebrities enfold and inform us, Donovan displays a near conversational tone that belies extraordinary craft, Landau’s work can be appreciated by any reader, Willis offers the penetrating musings of a contemporary Emily Dickinson.

Summer Thrillers: Seven Titles To Keep You in Suspense

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Box brings new energy with another intriguing character, an electrifying plot that is one of Child’s best yet, Deaver once again satisfies, Lee adds a kick of technology, Norton is for all fans of manhunt mysteries, Stone’s plotting is tight as a drum.

Creature Features & Evil Acts | What We’re Reading

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The School Library Journal/LJ WWR crew explores its animal side, plays card tricks, explores outer space, and balances the cozy with the hardboiled. Next week we’ll be poetic as all get out, so do come back now!

Historicals from Beverley, Long; Modern-Day Brockmann & Co., RIP Cathie Linz and Bertrice Small, Plus RWA Update | Romance Reviews, April 15, 2015

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Although lately the romantic buzz has been about new adult (which is great fun) and erotic romance (which can be fun, too), historicals are still a serious draw.

Test Prep Guidance: The Exams Are Changing; Here’s What’s New

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Guides that librarians should consider for their collections—for tests ranging from AP to MCAT.

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