Flora Reading | Wyatt’s World

There are many seasons to book publishing, from the fall list to January’s self-help explosion. Hovering around Valentine’s Day and the early push for spring are the flower books. Here are five seasonal examples.

Celebrating Black History Month | Wyatt’s World

As February unfolds and readers set out to mark the celebration of Black History Month, support their efforts with a selection of critical and powerful new works published in recent months.

Olympic Reading | Wyatt’s World

The 2018 Winter Olympics begin on February 9. Held in the mountainous province of PyeongChang, South Korea, the games will offer a chance for readers to explore Korean history and culture in many different ways.

Book and Lyric | Wyatt’s World

The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be presented on January 28. Mark the moment with music-related books, from fictional worlds suffused with sounds to nonfiction that investigates artist biographies.

The Art of Craft | Wyatt’s World

While January still motivates readers to begin (or at least ponder) fresh approaches, consider displaying a wide range of books on the nature of craft.

Varied Firsts of the New Year | Wyatt’s World

These authors offer fresh perspectives for 2018 with stories that kick off new series, provide novel takes on long-established genres, and will likely launch the writer to new heights.

Reading Resolutions | Wyatt’s World

The pleasures of reading should always be without strings, but if readers’ advisory (RA) librarians want to add to their to-do lists in 2018, there are some easy yet very useful resolutions to make.

RA Back Pocket: Art and Coffee-Table Books | Wyatt’s World

Some of the books readers treasure most are the lavishly illustrated tomes that do far more than decorate end tables. They inspire, inform, and enrich—all things libraries strive for as well. Here are five notable titles from 2017 that are guaranteed to entertain and enlighten for years to come.

RA Back Pocket: Poetry | Wyatt’s World

Poetry might not constitute the highest circulation stats in libraries, but it is ever more relevant. Here are five collections from 2017 to be long remembered, proving reliable suggestions to readers of all interest levels.

RA Back Pocket: Genre Fiction | Wyatt’s World

It’s been a good year for genre fiction, with notable series continuing strong and new titles breaking through and captivating readers. Highlighting the work of key authors, these five sure bets will serve readers’ advisory librarians for a long time to come.