Read, White, and Blue

Fresh off return flights from Annual Conference in Las Vegas (“fresh” in the most generous sense as many of our planes were delayed—and one was even rerouted through Milwaukee!), we returned to the Booklist offices last week realizing that Independence Day was upon us. What else could we do but take up scissors, secure construction paper, and celebrate our freedom to read? Herein follow our #redwhiteandbooks, volumes that take on a whole new, star-spangled look with the mere addition of a dapper Uncle Sam hat. You’ll find a list of titles, linked to their Booklist reviews, at the bottom.

WomanintheHouse  Hillary

 

We celebrated women of our country’s past and present, but. . .

 

 

 

Coolidge  . . .we didn’t forget the good ol’ boys. . . Jefferson

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oppenheimer   . . .or the geniuses . . . Dyson

 

Love Me by Rachel Shukert . . .the loved, or the unloved. . .Red white and books_The Joker

 

Red white and books_Hug Machine . . . the hugged, or the huggableTheBestCatBookEver. . .

 

 

StephenKing . . .nor the masters of death and undying.Red white and books_Afterlife with Archie

 

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Titles pictured above:

A Woman in the House (and Senate), by Ilene Cooper

Hard Choices, by Hillary Rodham Clinton

Coolidge, by Amity Shlaes

Thomas Jefferson, by Andrew M. Holowchak (not yet reviewed)

Robert Oppenheimer, by Ray Monk

Maverick Genius, by Phillip F Schewe

Love Me, by Rachel Shukert

The Joker, by various (not yet reviewed)

Hug Machine, by Scott Campbell

The Best Cat Book Ever, by Kate Funk

A look into the inner-workings of @DanielDKraus

Afterlife with Archie, v. 1,  by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa  (review coming in August 2014 Booklist)

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