Politics & Law, July 2017 | Best Sellers

October 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

A Time For Change: The History of Women’s Right to Vote

Through these two books, readers will explore the people and events that made a woman’s right to vote possible. Those who especially enjoy history and are interested in learning more about women’s suffrage will find both books captivating

Social Sciences, June 2017 | Best Sellers

September 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Geography, January 2017 | Best Sellers

March 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

LJ Reference Reviews: December 2016

This important work helps to develop community engagement in the field of ethnic studies; a multifaceted look at specters and their stories; a solid resource for African American Folklore; libraries serving serious film researchers will be interested in Alexander Street’s Criterion Collection

Social Sciences, November 2016 | Best Sellers

January 2016 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

LJ Reference Reviews: March 15, 2016

A complete but esoteric Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales; an essential overview of U.S. water development policy; the Bible’s influence on the arts; A Reference Module for Food Science defined by currency and expert authorship

Retirement Planning | LJ Reviews

Ghilarducci showcases how readers from varying walks of life can make sustainable retirement savings choices, how to get more from your assets

LJ Media Reviews: October 1, 2015

Fiction from King, Kwan, Pitre; nonfiction on human trafficking, the Vikings, treasure hunters, Marco Polo. Documentaries on LGBT people in Cameroon, Hurricane Sandy, organ donation programs, plus new Trailers: What’s coming on DVD/Bu-ray

LJ Media Reviews: September 15, 2015

Big fiction from Child, Deveraux, Lee, and L’Amour, coming-of-age Visions and Revisions. Top documentary Iris, shades of Susan Sontag, John Penton. Fast Scans of Clouds of Sils Maria, Woman in Gold, and more.