E-Originals from Erickson, Hutton, Kelly, Layne, & Stone | Xpress Reviews

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A strong female lead from Erickson, a twist on the “marriage of convenience” trope from Hutton, enemies into friends from Kelly, a fast-paced new adult tale from Layne, and appealing push and pull from Stone

Audiobooks from Adams, McCullough Jr., & Palmer | Xpress Reviews

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Concise and well-organized advice from the dad of Dilbert, a slog from McCullough Jr., and plot twists from Palmer for those who persevere

Darkness and Light | What We’re Reading

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This week a skeleton crew of School Library Journal/LJ staff confronts trolls, superflu, Hollywood idols, and some dark, dark desires.

Facts That Astonish, Everything To Know About Zombies, Race and Racism in the United States, & More | Reference Reviews

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Well-rounded essays offer concise perspectives of the vice president’s time in office, a fascinating, informative collection that anyone interested in the history of zombies will want to read, a focus on Muhammad and his legacy.

Political Journalism, Factory Farming, New Orleans, Marketing for Libraries, & More | Social Sciences Reviews

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Bai’s important cautionary tale will resonate with journalists and members of the media, Genoways’s debut provides readers with an exhaustive examination of the meatpacking industry, Berger’s ready reference for all library professionals

Best Science Journalism, Recreational Mathematics, Hope for Sufferers of Ongoing Pain | Science & Technology Reviews

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A carefully curated collection deserving of a place on the shelves of libraries serving the scientifically curious, a mathematician and stand-up comic takes the reader on an entertaining voyage through many recreational topics.

Cooking, October 2014 | Best Sellers

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Blender girls, vegans and flexitarians, and eggs, oh, my!

Portrait of the Artist: Art in Novels | The Reader’s Shelf

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These six books mix history with speculation and masterpieces with the characters that surround them, producing compelling tales of vision and purpose.

Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, September 2014

Though Golfinch sits perched at No. 1, it is joined by seven new novels; Hillary Clinton has made some Hard Choices

Books That Charm | Wyatt’s World

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From Neil Patrick Harris’s Choose Your Own Autobiography to Sarah Style, the work of Sarah Richardson, there’s something alluring here for everyone.

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