From Screen to Sound | Wyatt’s World


For the second week of audiobook month consider displaying titles by authors well known on screens big and small. Here are five memoirs from visual celebrities—actors on hit TV shows and films, a news anchor, and a chef–turned–tour guide.

A Little Bit of Everything: Short Story Debuts | The Reader’s Shelf, June 1, 2015


Here are six debuts, each by a writer well worth watching, that prove the pleasures of reading are not reliant on a profusion of pages.

Audio Dramatizations: Five Fabulous Listens | Wyatt’s World


June is audiobook month. To celebrate the enjoyment of being read a story, consider a display of audio dramatizations—audiobooks (often abridged or adapted) enhanced with sound effects, music, and multiple voices.

Summer Fiction: Genre Edition | Wyatt’s World


Part of the pure pleasure of summer reading is spending extended periods of time immersed in a favorite genre—be it a blend or a classic example. Here are five to suggest and display.

Books for the Bounty | Wyatt’s World


Help patrons find new vegetable-centered cookbooks, from Root to Leaf to The Broad Fork, readers will feel At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen

McCullough’s Wright Brothers Take Flight | RA Crossroads


Blending social history, scientific innovation, and dual biography, McCullough offers a resonating account of American invention, hard work, and determination.

A Mixed Bag of Bookage | Books for Dudes

Immune System

This month’s Books for Dudes is a mixed bag so jumbled that it’s more fun than a monkey stealing bananas and it’s all good stuff.

Between the Panels: Superhero Comic Events | The Reader’s Shelf, May 15, 2015


For just about as long as there have been superhero comic books, groups of characters have banded together to tackle threats too big to be handled alone. These event comics have resulted in some of the most beloved and iconic stories of all time.

Hot Summertime Reads


Grab an iced tea and one of these genre fiction favorites.

Early Summer Reading | Wyatt’s World


Like most celebrations, summer reading starts earlier and earlier each year. One might as well begin reading in the mode of the season sooner rather than later. Here are five ways to devise a plan of action.