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Adam Gidwitz

Fri Sep 30, 7:00PM

An exciting and hilarious new medieval adventure about history, religion . . . and...

As girls enter adolescence, the focus is often on their changing physical appearance...

About When Watched:

In Leopoldine Core's stories...

Kristi Yamaguchi

Mon Oct 3, 4:00PM

Join us for a special storytime to celebrate Cara's Kindness, the new...

This October brings with it the release of D. Foy's new novel, Patricide....

About There's Always Room for Chocolate:

My Misspent Youth: Essays
My Misspent Youth
Meghan Daum
“ This collection was reissued last year after going out of print: 15-plus years later Daum's voice is still fresh and intense. ”
The Emigrants
The Emigrants
W.G. Sebald
“ In a blend of fiction and nonfiction, Sebald writes books that seem to transform as soon as you finish them, begging for another look. ”
The Girls
Emma Cline
The Pigeon Tunnel
John Le Carre
Modern Lovers
Emma Straub
Here I Am
Jonathan Safran Foer

The longlist for the National Book Award has been announced and it's full of some of our favorite books this year. Not least among them is Jacqueline Woodson's fantastic novel (her first for adults in over ten years) Another Brooklyn.

Another Brooklyn
Imagine Me Gone
The Association of Small Bombs
What Belongs to You

Elie Wiesel is the author of more than forty books, including his unforgettable international best sellers Night and A Beggar in Jerusalem, winner of the Prix Médicis. He has been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the United States Congressional Gold Medal, and the French Legion of Honor with the rank of Grand Cross. In 1986, he received the Nobel Peace Prize. He is Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities and University Professor at Boston University.

The Forgotten

Columbia Global Reports is a new publishing imprint that’s producing four to six ambitious works of journalism and analysis a year, each on a different underreported story in the world. They commission authors to do original on-site reporting around the globe, and aim to combine the immediacy and narrative power of journalism with the intellectual ambition and acuity of scholarship. The books will be on a wide range of political, financial, scientific, and cultural topics—stories and ideas that matter.

The Cosmopolites
Little Rice: Smartphones, Xiaomi, and the Chinese Dream