September 18, 2017

HBO’s Game of Thrones | RA Crossroads

Hidden heirs, dueling families, unfolding powers, one is closer the throne.

Let Summer Reading Begin | Wyatt’s World

Ellis’s Revolutionary Summer, the debut of DiSclafani’s Depression era coming-of-age novel, Matthews’s first espionage thriller, and two more.

What To Brew, Mix, & Serve | Wyatt’s World

Classic cocktails, true brews, twists in tequila, slushes for a change? Every glass has a plot.

The Ocean at the End of the Lane | RA Crossroads

Gaiman starts this month’s reading crossroads. Fairy tales and fantasy, battles of forces, good and evil, short stories and audiobooks! Selections for the imagination.

Celebrity Chefs | Wyatt’s World

Selected cookbooks to be shelved in time for spring!

Women Writing | Wyatt’s World

March is Women’s History Month! Celebrate with five new titles by women authors Denise Kiernan, Joyce Carol Oates, Ruth Ozeki, Sheryl Sandberg, and Marisa Silver.

Conclave Reading | Wyatt’s World

This week’s Wyatt’s World taps into the history of the papacy and the Catholic Church, highlighting titles that connect power to politics to prayer with accounts of the real and narratives of the imagined.

RUSA’s 2013 Most Notable | Wyatt’s World

Readers’ advisory and collection development librarians of the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), a division of the American Library Association, list top fiction, nonfiction, reference, and audiobook titles. Winners of The Dartmouth Medal, The Sophie Brody Medal, Listen Lists and Reading Lists.

First Month Reading: Nonfiction | Wyatt’s World

The start of 2013 promises many things, with twelve new months for reading among them. Here are four nonfiction books to look forward to in January (plus one that came out very late in December, but shouldn’t be missed). On the Map: A Mind-Expanding Exploration of the Way the World Looks by Simon Garfield (Gotham) […]

Year End Reading: Myths and Fairy Tales | Wyatt’s World

The last days of the year seem a good time to dip into reimagined fairy tales, or myths once told around a fire centuries ago. Here are five books that mine the richness of long-lived legends.  Song of the Vikings: Snorri and the Making of Norse Myths by Nancy Marie Brown (Palgrave Macmillan) Ragnarok: The End of the […]