The May LibraryReads list features a irresistible novel by Fredrik Backman about a woman who leaves her cheating husband and settles down in a town of misfits—and finding a second chance along the way.
The February LibraryReads list features Ruta Sepetys’s historical novel of adventure, maritime suspense, and 1945 Europe. Also in the month of Valentine’s Day find Debbie Macomber and new Lori Foster, plus intriguing titles from the likes of Joshilyn Jackson and Lisa Gardner. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the monthly list of what librarians are […]
Some welcome nonfiction makes the first LibraryReads list of the new year, with librarians favoring Bill Bryson’s latest as one of January’s best reads. Beloved fiction authors make the list too, with titles by Elizabeth Strout, Dean Koontz, and Ian Rankin also on librarians’ bedside tables. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the monthly list […]
Every month LibraryReads lists the new books that librarians are reading and loving. The group’s December list is a little different: it offers a look at the best LibraryReads of the year. See below for gems from 2015 including the year’s smash hit, The Girl on the Train. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the […]
That Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child are on any most-read list is no surprise. Also on this month’s list of what librarians are reading is a new novel by B.A. Shaprio, author of the well-received 2012 The Art Forger, and a sure-to-be-gorgeous new title by the prolific Isabel Allende. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, […]
Some familiar names—Lee Child, Jonathan Evison, Jenny Lawson—have made this month’s LibraryReads, the list of what librarians are reading and loving lately. Happily, though, top of the list this time is a debut, Melissa DeCarlo’s The Art of Crash Landing. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the monthly list of what librarians are loving? No […]