Degenerates, Royals, Monsters, and the Zerelli Sisters | What We’re Reading & Watching

Some best books picks from the “What We’re Reading & Watching” crew, along with musings about what’s on our bookshelves and screens right now.

Met & Unmet Expectations | What We’re Reading & Watching

A pre-holiday roundup of what the LJ/School Library Journal and alumni of same are reading and/or watching

Rumbles, Recycling, Roots, Researchers | What We’re Reading & Watching

A core team of LJ/School Library Journal staff discuss what they’re ritually reading and witchily watching this week. Happy Halloween!

Libraries, Queens, Longmire, Roxane Gay, Standards | What We’re Reading & Watching

Fall is the reading season, but for the WWR/WWW people, it’s also time to watch.

Strange Boys, Vanishing New York, Brollies, and IT | What We’re Reading & Watching  

A jewel in the slush pile, a killer clown, New York’s soul, umbrellas, and some lit for bored and brilliant kids.

Baby Drivers, Hippo Farms, Former Manhattans | What We’re Reading & Watching

Coast into the Labor Day weekend with romanticized cityscapes, superheroes and superheroines, mythical creatures, and reading outside our comfort zones.

Sun, Moon, Stars | What We’re Reading & Watching

The “What We’re Reading & Watching” gang dons the safety glasses and checks out eclipse titles and more this week.

Dog-Eared Pages & Hot Stages | What We’re Reading & Watching

Here’s what the LJ/School Library Journal crew is reading and watching during the dog days of summer

Veeps, Saul, Lynch, Jail, & Federer FTW | What We’re Watching

This time the whole “What We’re Reading & Watching” gang is concentrating on the latter, not the former, and discussing what they’re watching on the telly (or tablet).

Picking Up Books | What We’re Reading (& Watching)

What a whirl the spring and summer has been for the “What We’re Reading & Watching” gang! We survived LJ’s annual Day of Dialog (DoD), BookExpo (formerly Book Expo America, or BEA for you acronym fans), and then a quick swoop into Chicago for the ALA Annual conference, June 22–27. Books ruled all over, and […]