From The Body Book and Cameron Diaz to Eating Dangerously
Sophie Hannah on her new novel The Monogram Murders, starring Agatha Christie’s famous detective Hercule Poirot.
Small-town Texas is vividly brought to life in this atmospheric and entertaining debut from Koenig who also introduces a memorable and unusual protagonist, Hannah has re-created Agatha Christie’s legendary sleuth, a smart and original page-turner from Higashino
Consider building a display of classic titles that your patrons might have, shall we say, skimmed the first time around.
Written for the general public, Aptowicz’s book will be of great interest to large public libraries; a superior synthesis of recent research from many scientific disciplines; Emlen’s excellent writing will draw in readers intrigued by astonishingly powerful weapons.
Laughter is the best medicine, and there is a good deal present here, a fascinating look at the American English language that will do well in circulating collections, a contemporary academic treatment to William Shakespeare’s use of plant and garden terminology.
A collection of 2,360 formerly classified U.S. government documents illustrating the U.S. intelligence community’s spying on the USSR throughout the Cold War; an online chemistry resource for middle school and high school students.
From Lincoln’s Gamble and the era’s photography and laws to After Lincoln to the lives of Embattled Rebels and daredevil heroes
A sure-fire movie prospect for readers interested in human rights, the environment, and the law; “how and why the government in London permitted” the American Revolution to happen; a handy overview of reference and information literacy services and resources