You Say You Want a Resolution | What We’re Reading & Watching

The WWR/W team makes reading resolutions (or not) and takes #Shelfie photos

New Year, New Crop | What We’re Reading & Watching

The first “What We’re Reading & Watching” column of 2018 has new contributors, new formats, plenty of new titles, and a guest star from LJ‘s reviewer roster.

Butchers, Bad Boys, Brainiacs | What We’re Reading

The “What We’re Reading” team is skeletal during the rush-around holiday season—plus there’s no “watching” folks this time. But fear not, 2018 is full of possible “watchings” and readings. Stay tuned and here’s hoping your New Year will be filled with books, movies, and TV specials. Mahnaz Dar, Reference and Professional Reading Editor, LJS My reading […]

Degenerates, Royals, Monsters, and the Zerelli Sisters | What We’re Reading & Watching

Some best books picks from the “What We’re Reading & Watching” crew, along with musings about what’s on our bookshelves and screens right now.

You Might Also Like… | LJ Notable Books of 2017

After selecting the LJ Best Books, we’re ready to recommend other notable publications of 2017

Met & Unmet Expectations | What We’re Reading & Watching

A pre-holiday roundup of what the LJ/School Library Journal and alumni of same are reading and/or watching

Rumbles, Recycling, Roots, Researchers | What We’re Reading & Watching

A core team of LJ/School Library Journal staff discuss what they’re ritually reading and witchily watching this week. Happy Halloween!

Libraries, Queens, Longmire, Roxane Gay, Standards | What We’re Reading & Watching

Fall is the reading season, but for the WWR/WWW people, it’s also time to watch.

Strange Boys, Vanishing New York, Brollies, and IT | What We’re Reading & Watching  

A jewel in the slush pile, a killer clown, New York’s soul, umbrellas, and some lit for bored and brilliant kids.

Baby Drivers, Hippo Farms, Former Manhattans | What We’re Reading & Watching

Coast into the Labor Day weekend with romanticized cityscapes, superheroes and superheroines, mythical creatures, and reading outside our comfort zones.