Heavy BFD favorite categories and books that push our boundaries in this month’s column.
Alternating narrative points of view in a book can either confuse readers or provide a different and fresh take on a given situation. In this month’s selections we hear from a frustrated teenage girl living in poverty, a ghost unhappy that his former friends are grieving, and activists protesting police brutality.
Hirshman, Linda. Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World. Harper: HarperCollins. Sept. 2015. 416p. photos. notes. bibliog. index. ISBN 9780062238467. $28.99; ebk. ISBN 9780062238481. LAW In addition to its clever title, this book offers an illuminating analysis of the ascent by Sandra […]
Topping this months Library Reads, the list of what librarians are loving lately, is a funny new novel featuring a grown-up character who has autism. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the monthly list of what librarians are loving? No problem! LibraryReads welcomes recommendations from all public library staff members, not just readers’ advisory experts […]