Rooftops, Rockers, Rah-Rah-Rah! | What We’re Reading

Rooftoppers

This week the School Library Journal and Library Journal staffers prance on Paris rooftops, sidle up to sisterhood, croon with a cult rocker, follow a fierce foodie, fish for fun facts, and navigate NetGalley.

New Year, Old and New Books | What We’re Reading

sleep

This week, the Library Journal/School Library Journal staffers escape the ice and snow and read (more) about a Beatle, the Bennets’ servants, the pangs of grief, and the chicness of the French.

Last Pages of 2013 | What We’re Reading

valentine

S/LJ staffers ring out the old year with some new and old books.

Solstice Stocking Stuffers | What We’re Reading

rosemary

This week our stockings are hung by the bookshelf with care—filled with memoirs, bookstore vacation reveries, Hollywood rebels, not-so-private parts, babies both evil and not, and more than one Rainbow!

Living, Dying, Surviving, and Striving | What We’re Reading

Clever

This week we’re traveling via books to Florida, Iwo Jima, China, England, even Omaha, NE

Liars, Journalists, Swans, and Dark Defiers | What We’re Reading

dark

Library Journal/School Library Journal staffers are enjoying YA/new adult titles, historical fiction and nonfiction, and some online comics.

Post-Thanksgivukah Time Travels | What We’re Reading

goldfinch

Library Journal staffers had some time to read and re-read a few good books over the long weekend. Here’s what was on our post-holiday platters. Mahnaz Dar, Associate Editor, Library Journal Reviews As a young impressionable college student, I read Donna Tartt’s The Secret History and, of course, hungered for more Tartt. As she only […]

Covers, Awards, Agents, and More | What We’re Reading!

lolita

The Library Journal/School Library Journal bibliophiles are gobbling up books before the holiday and happy to share their picks of the week with fellow book devourers!

Wars, Worlds, Wonders, and Wackos | What We’re Reading

suns

A wide swath of reading matter this week for LJ/SLJ staffers, with books about killer scarecrows, scary clowns, not-really-new fairy tales, alternate worlds, remembrances of war, forced marriages, and perfidious characters.

Superhero Builders, Kite Runners, Nobel Winners, & More | What We’re Reading

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As the cold weather circles, Library Journal and School Library Journal editors batten down the hatches and snuggle up with books set in Afghanistan, second grade, alternate fantasy worlds, Baltimore, and any place Alice Munro wants to take us. Mahnaz Dar, Associate Editor, LJ I’m reading Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner (Riverhead). I’m not loving […]

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