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     April 1, 2015          BOOKLIST

Spotlight on Series Nonfiction
Top 10 Series Nonfiction
Spring Travel Roundup
Travel Guides, 2015
The Allure of Paris
He Reads: Texas
She Reads: Texas
Listen-alikes: Listening    for a Sense of Place

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At Leisure with Joyce    Saricks: Summer    Reading Clubs
Blast Off: A Summer-    learning Challenge
The Back Page: Books    into Movies


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Keir Graff and editors from Booklist's adult and youth departments write candidly about books, book reviewing, and the publishing industry.

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Join Team Buzz for a book-group bounty: tips, reading guides, news, helpful links, and more.

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Mary Burkey, a teacher, librarian, and audiobook addict, writes about listening, learning, and the joy of headsets.

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Cindy Dobrez and Lynn Rutan, middle-school librarians and longtime Booklist reviewers, prove that two heads are better than one when it comes to discussing YA and children’s books.

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Shelf Renewal

Nobody puts backlist in a corner—readers'-advisory experts Karen Kleckner Keefe and Rebecca Vnuk bring attention to older titles by featuring "dusty books" and offering read-alikes for what’s hot on the holds list. 

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