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Wednesday Webinar Watch: Week of June 19, 2019

Wednesday Webinar Watch: Week of June 19, 2019

Happy Webinar Wednesday! It’s time for your weekly roundup of recordings from our most recent webinars, which means perusing the very latest in lit from a variety of subjects (yoga! book clubs! graphic novels!), no prior registration required. Simply follow the #WednesdayWebinarWatch hashtag, click the links provided, and start viewing! For more information on our […]

Shelf Care, Episode #3: Graphic, Two Ways

Shelf Care, Episode #3: Graphic, Two Ways

Susan Maguire, Senior Editor, Collection Management and Library Outreach, is back with another episode of Shelf Care! This time, she’s talking true crime, and, just in time for our month-long Graphic Novels in Libraries campaign, she’s also discussing graphic novels. Be sure to check out the latest episode and show notes (complete with Booklist reviews) […]

Best New Books: Week of June 18, 2019

Best New Books: Week of June 18, 2019

The following books, published this week, received starred reviews in Booklist. Want to read our starred reviews before the books go on sale? Subscribe to Booklist! Adult Fiction ★ Blood Relations, by Jonathan Moore ★ The Body Lies, by Jo Baker ★ Conviction, by Denise Mina ★ Empress of Forever, by Max Gladstone ★ Fake Like Me, […]

July LibraryReads in Print and on Audio

July LibraryReads in Print and on Audio

LibraryReads has announced its July 2019 selections! Check out the titles chosen by librarians below, linked to their Booklist reviews when available. For those of you who prefer to listen rather than read, we’ve hunted down the producers of the audio versions and have provided ordering information, when available. Please note that we have not yet had […]

Reviews of the Week with Rajia Hassib, Brandy Colbert, Benjamin Moser, and More!

Reviews of the Week with Rajia Hassib, Brandy Colbert, Benjamin Moser, and More!

Every weekday we feature a different review on Booklist Online. These reviews are notable for different reasons—they may be starred, or in high demand, or especially relevant to the current issue’s spotlight. A step-by-step collection of projects for young makers; an Egyptologist’s investigation into a family tragedy and the guarded secrets it reveals; another fresh coming-of-age story from one of […]

Booklist at ALA’s Annual Conference in Washington, DC

Booklist at ALA’s Annual Conference in Washington, DC

In just over a week, Booklisters will be heading to Washington, DC, for ALA’s Annual Conference! Be sure to swing by booth #1325 for book giveaways, two meet and greets (details below), Bloody Marys, a graphic-novel inspired doodle fest, readers’-advisory paper fortune tellers, 18 x 24 posters displaying the 50 Best Middle-Grade Novels of the […]