The top ten titles chosen by librarians nationwide; Q&A with top vote getter Gabrielle Zevin
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.
All Is Lost for viewers who like realism in their adventures, a visual feast, Mr. Nobody challenges but does not confound, Nebraska is worthy of its multiple Oscar nods, A Perfect Man breaks formulaic dramedies
World Bank eLibrary is a great choice for academic libraries and large public libraries serving those doing social research.
Big-name titles (Metal Gear Solid, Thief, Goldeneye 007, and more) that most of your patrons will be asking for, but there’s a wealth of stealth out there.
Muscle Shoals, a significant chapter in popular music history, Hannah Arendt through a limited lens, overcoming challenges with The Frog Princes is recommended for most viewers.
Gallo’s Talk Like TED explains communication methods that work, how people acquired and understood The Invention of News, the Long Mile Home is sensitive in its treatment & thrilling in its pace
Eating Dangerously will help consumers avoid falling ill; a timely Reinventing American Health Care, Gilbert’s Shephered recounts the story of a farmer’s dream come true
Informative and accessible, Sax’s The Mythical Zoo is a survey of the representation in myth of various members of the animal kingdom, Mack Sennett’s Fun Factory is essential for film collections
Evaristo’s Mr. Loverman will appeal to readers of gay & literary fiction, McBride’s We Are Called To Rise is written for our times, Galchen’s American Innovations gets into eerie, angst-filled interior monologs of young women