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Tommy Orange, author of There There, appears in conversation with Booklist Editor Donna Seaman to discuss his career and the book.

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Fighting with Love: The Legacy of John Lewis
by Lesa Cline-Ransome, illustrated by James E. Ransome

​This picture-book biography for older readers introduces the late civil rights leader John Lewis, showcasing the experiences that shaped his philosophy and activism, from childhood to early adulthood.

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Listen Up: Picture Books and Early Readers on Audio
by Terry Hong

​Relatively few of the thousands of picture books published get audio adaptations, and for a seemingly obvious reason—you can’t see the art! Yet audios can offer another complementary sensory enhancement: hearing the words come to life off the printed page.

Shelf Care Interview logoBook Club Resources from Macmillan Library!

Do you run a book club at your library? Are you ready to take your library’s book club to the next level? Then check out these amazing resources from Macmillan Library!

Shelf Care iconShelf Care Episode 31: Craft Books, Celebrity Memoirs, and Evil Hamburgers
By Susan Maguire

On this episode of Shelf Care: The Podcast, host Susan Maguire sits down with librarian Nanette Donohue to talk about all aspects of collecting craft books. Then, Audio Editor Heather Booth chats with librarian Emily Borsa about the appeal of the celebrity memoir, whether read by the author or not. Finally, Editor, Books for Youth and Graphic Novels Sarah Hunter joins Susan to shout about a few books she’s been reading and loving lately. (She doesn’t really shout.)

Shelf Care Interview logoThe Shelf Care Interview: BonHyung Jeong.

In this episode of the Shelf Care Interview, Sarah Hunter talks to author-artist BonHyung Jeong.

photo of Sophie Hannah10 Questions for Sophie Hannah
By John Charles

Sophie Hannah is the New York Times best-selling author of numerous psychological thrillers, which have been published in 51 countries and adapted for television, as well as The Monogram Murders, the first Hercule Poirot novel authorized by the estate of Agatha Christie, and its sequels Closed Casket, The Mystery of Three Quarters, and The Killings at Kingfisher Hill. Sophie is also the author of a self-help book, How to Hold a Grudge, and hosts the podcast of the same name. She lives in Cambridge, UK.

photo of Lisa Peers10 Questions for Lisa Peers
By John Charles

Lisa Peers is a writer with a passion for smart, funny love stories with well-deserved happy endings. She has acted professionally in San Francisco, produced TV and radio programs in Detroit, and is currently a creative director for an international marketing agency. A Harvard graduate with an MFA in acting from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, Lisa lives with her partner Dani in metro Detroit, not far from their three grown children, along with their beloved cats and way too much yarn. And plenty of sweets.

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