What We’re Reading Special Edition: ALA Attendees | ALA Annual 2014

Gabaldon

A drive-by report of what select ALA attendees are reading

Summer Begins | What We’re Reading

The Birth of Korean Cool

It’s the first week of summer, and the LJ/School Library Journal crew meets new and old friends, explores diverse voices in nonfiction and fiction, and gleefully waits for horrible things to happen.

Thieves, Friends, Fashionistas, and Yoo-Hoo Sex | What We’re Reading

The Story about Ping

The LJ/School Library Journal staff reads a designer bio, a kiddie classic, an office romance, a cyber/technothriller, a Darcy duo mystery, and a story about (maybe) a girl’s struggles.

Memory Lanes, Thriller Terrains, and Labor Pains | What We’re Reading

IamPilgrim

Library Journal and School Library Journal staffers talk about their post–Memorial Day, pre-BEA reading.

Cavett, Gaiman, Gowns, Nuts, Birds, and Rainbows | What We’re Reading

JamesBeyond - Copy

This is a week of exotic and dystopic; gowns, girls, and speaking squirrels; TV talkers and phone callers; and Neverwhere, London, for the LJand SLJ crew.

Paging Mother | What We’re Reading

Woody Allen

We’re reading with and about mothers in this post–Mother’s Day column.

Traveling Booklandia | What We’re Reading

Suspicion

We’re inspired by maps and Travellers, music and muses, Italian wives, everymen in danger, and magical realism vs. scientific worldbuilding this week.

Last Stanza: Poetry and Prose | What We’re Reading

Going Clear

As National Poetry Month draws to a close, we share a few more treasured poems (and some novels and nonfiction) with you.

Poetry in Our Pockets | What We’re Reading

Joe Miller 1975

Be they odes, lyrics, rants, chants, or sonnets, LJ and SLJ staff is getting well versed in poetry for this week’s Poem in Your Pocket day.

Homecomings, Handmaidens, Legos, and Libraries | What We’re Reading

Reconstructing Amelia

It’s old home week for the Library Journal/School Library Journal staff as we start new jobs, right old wrongs, live in fairy tales, and don our Devo hats.

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