Chemistry, May 2018 | Best Sellers

July 2017 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Turner Classic Sf, Foreign Policy, Marvel’s Avengers, World History, Bloomsbury Digital Resources | Review Alert: May 15, 2018

Fans of the sf genre will especially enjoy these Turner Classic Movies ; eye-popping artwork and life behind the scenes at Marvel offer appeal for both seasoned fans and casual browsers; an excellent overview to history, with a place in all school and public libraries; original and beautifully designed, Bloomsbury Cultural History shows promise as a one-stop shop for cultural history reference surveys

Audiobooks from Bohjalian, Darznik, Egan, Eggers, Double Messud, with PBS’s Little Women, Dolores Huerta, Education Equality, & More | Review Alert: May 15, 2018

Song is a spectacular testimony—further heightened by Mozhan Marnò’s vividly resonant narration; a highly recommended spy novel for all public libraries; be prepared for renewed interest in Messud’s first novel in all formats; this new production of Little Women is fresh, energetic, and absorbing; yes, Dolores Huerta did, so why can’t we?

Biogs of George Sand, Atticus Finch, Robin Williams, plus Spring Poetry, Soccer Picks, Parenting for First-Timers | Review Alert: May 15, 2018

Key parenting titles to help combat decision fatigue; an unforgettable memoir filled with poignancy and humor—a must for music lovers; thematically diverse poetry from both veteran and newcomers; in time for the 2018 World Cup, these picks will engage and inform amateur and seasoned soccer fans alike; an excellent choice for popular history readers interested in women rulers; a solid introduction or supplemental guide for men wishing to try yoga

Nonfiction on Lincoln the Lawyer, Beer Travel, American Politics, Babies, Women’s Resistance | Xpress Reviews

A book that lets readers see Lincoln the lawyer in action but fails to prove its argument; where titles on alcoholic beverages or travel are popular; these conversations are well worth having; not a complete history of childhood, this will interest scholars and historians; a motivational clarion call in communities with active women’s movements

Literary Criticism, April 2018 | Best Sellers

June 2017 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Sweet Reading | Wyatt’s World

The newest season of Netflix’s Chef’s Table has begun, this time with a focus on pastry. Feed your readers’ sweet tooth with these delicious choice offerings.

Nonfiction: Maps, the Politics of “Christian,” Cycle Touring, and Richard Diebenkorn | Xpress Reviews

Bonnett’s exploration of areas unmarked on any map will delight fans of geography and cartography; a ubiquitous word in American politics that is deceptively difficult to pin down; sure to inspire many cycling odysseys; an accomplished bio of an exceptional, revered American master

Geography, April 2018 | Best Sellers

June 2017 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Artists Cornell, Lear, Dickinson, Lynch, Survival Memoirs, Men’s Health, Self-Help | Nonfiction: May 1, 2018

For museumgoers and other art lovers; Sedaris offers readers comfort and hope; an excellent and unusual portrait of one-of-a-kind artist Lynch; a mesmerizing account of three complex women in the Victorian and Edwardian eras; a strongly affirming book for all introverts in an extrovert world; a brilliant evocation of a man and his times—for plant lovers, history buffs, New Yorkaphiles, even Hamiltonians