Gardening | Best Sellers, April 2016

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Become a Gardenista; learn Gardening for Butterflies; incite a Gardening Revolution

Best Free Reference Websites & Apps

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INFOdocket editor Gary Price highlights the top free online resources and apps that should be at the fingertips of every reference librarian.

Best Databases of 2016

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The most highly acclaimed databases and digital reference products reviewed by LJ in 2016.

Best Reference Titles of 2016

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The top reference titles published in 2016, selected by a committee of LJ reviewers and editors.

Trailers: What’s Coming on DVD Blu-ray | Video Reviews, March 1, 2017

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Fragments of Love, Concrete Love, Woman of the Year

Stories About Stories | The Reader’s Shelf, March 1, 2017

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From Azar Nafisi’s Reading Lolita in Tehran to the film You’ve Got Mail, stories influenced by books, magazines, and authors are unfailing joys. The six works of fiction and nonfiction below further prove the point.

Something for Everyone | Self-Help Reviews, March 1, 2017

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As most of us know, there are many ways to improve ourselves. There are the global avenues of fitness, nutrition, spirituality, and the like, and then there are the specific tasks we need to work on to accomplish our goals. This month’s column offers a selection of both.

Kies’s Debut of the Month, Chapman, Cleeves, Koutsakis, Simpson, plus Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, March 1, 2017

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CHANGE IS IN THE WIND for this month’s column, as the new co-columnists Lesa Holstine and Ann Chambers Theis are combing their expertise and passion for the genre. They hope to build on the accomplishments of previous columnists and will continue to emphasize information useful to collection management and readers’ advisory librarians and readers who love a good mystery.

28 Titles Exploring & Celebrating Native History & Culture

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INDIGENOUS CIVILIZATIONS flourished in North America centuries before Christopher Columbus set sail in 1492. These 28 titles include new releases as well as classics. Some discuss ancient societies, while others explore the modern experience.

Professional Media | Social Science Reviews, March 1, 2017

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An insider’s perspective that’s immediately practical and relatable; dive deep into library acquisitions and foundational theories of interpersonal communication