Nonfiction of Note: Five Titles Not To Miss This Month | Wyatt’s World

Birdmen

Please your patrons by suggesting nonfiction; five titles in which social history, art, politics, and larger-than-life figures unfold

Paging Mother | What We’re Reading

Woody Allen

We’re reading with and about mothers in this post–Mother’s Day column.

May Debuts plus a Sophomore Effort | Wyatt’s World

The Pearl That Broke It's Shell

Four first (disturbing, rocket-fast, quick-reading, ambitious) novels and a new favorite author returns

Reichl’s Delicious! | RA Crossroads

Delicious

Reichl’s debut novel Delicious! captures the New York City food scene and those who create it with lavish detail and great warmth; Allen’s Sugar Queen, Wolff’s Vintage Affair, and other read-alikes follow

Books for Grads | Wyatt’s World

all the light we cannot see

“After-school” reads that entertain (All the Light We Cannot See), open our eyes (The Last Train to Zona), and guide Thanks for the Feedback

Halfway to Halloween | The Reader’s Shelf

Project Cain

With Halloween only six months away, now is the perfect time to reacquaint your patrons with the thrills that come from reading a chilling tale.

Books That Scream Ice Cream | Wyatt’s World

Ample Hills

From Jeni’s Splendid to Ruby Violet’s, these ice cream books are filled with flavor.

Rosemary’s Reboot: New Versions of Horror Classics | Pop Culture Advisory

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Lock your doors! The horror remakes and reboots are coming!

The Art of Trip Planning | Wyatt’s World

Paris

Five different ways to approach thinking about travel collections, from old standby titles to less obvious choices.

Gabriel García Márquez and Magical Realism | Pop Culture Advisory

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Novels, films, and television shows that demonstrate magical realism

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