March Is National Reading Month | Wyatt’s World

We celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with National Reading Month, but it doesn’t have to be only red-and-white-striped cakes and children’s lit. Adults can mark the pleasures of the page during March as well.

LJ’s Reviews of the 2016 Andrew Carnegie Medal Winners | ALA Midwinter 2016

Established in 2012, the Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction honor the best fiction and nonfiction books for adult readers published in the United States the previous year.

Talk of the Town: A Selection from 2015 | Wyatt’s World

Let the countdown to the end of the year begin with this selection of “back-pocket” readers’ advisory (RA) possibilities that were the talk of the town.

Best Books 2015: Top Ten

Clegg, Bill. Did You Ever Have a Family. Scout: Gallery. ISBN 9781476798172. $26; ebk. ISBN 9781476798196. F A house explodes, killing everyone a woman named June holds dear, and as the polished, quietly captivating prose moves back and forth in time and from character to character, Clegg explores how we live with unbearable loss. The different […]

A Personal Touch: Debut Memoirs | The Reader’s Shelf, July 2015

These debut memoirs, while told by very different people, mine the most powerful aspects of common stories—life and death, creativity and perseverance, loss and hope.

Training a Hawk, Researching a Family Ghost, Finding Lost Treasure | Mar. 2015 Audio in Advance | Nonfiction

Highly anticipated nonfiction audiobooks coming out in March 2015.