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September Booklist Reader is live!

Cover of September Booklist ReaderThe September Booklist Reader is here: start reading and sharing today!

 

Booklist Reader is coming to print!

Find out more details about this invaluable patron resource on our blog, including how to order!

Booklist Review of the Day

Dinner in Rome
by Andreas Viestad, translated by Matt Bagguley

​Combining history, gastronomic know-how, and 50,000-plus restaurant meals, Norwegian food writer Viestad begins this armchair-traveling foodie history with a June dinner at his favorite Roman restaurant, La Carbonara in Campo de Fiori, going on to dissect elements of his meal in food-titled chapters.




Reviews in This Issue

Current Features

Fall Travel Guides: 2022
by Annie Bostrom

​We hope that this hearty helping of stand-alone travel guides and series titles offers a little something for voyagers of all kinds, to all corners of the world and/or to the coziest reading chair readers can find.

[SPONSORED CONTENT] Revise. Refocus. Reshape.

What if the next big thing in inclusivity, access, equity, and serving more of our community members in a better way didn’t require new training, tech, or budget lines? Uncover easy enhancement strategies that work. 

The Shelf Care Interview: Svetlana Chmakova 

In this episode of the Shelf Care Interview, Sarah Hunter talks to Svetlana Chmakova, author of Enemies.​

square image of Shelf Care logoShelf Care Episode 23: Personal Weeding and Personal Reading
By Susan Maguire

​In this episode of Booklist’s Shelf Care: The Podcast, host Susan Maguire talks to RAILS Community Engagement Manager Dan Bostrom about how to weed one’s personal book collection . . ..

Booklist Backlist: Nighttime Explorations
by Kit Ballenger

​Whether you are looking to hit the trail, make the most of your backyard, or take more of an imaginary journey from the comfort of home, these picture books invite curiosity and wonder about the natural, nocturnal world.

Talking With Julia Whelan
by Heather Booth

Julia Whelan is a name and voice familiar to any avid audiobook listener. She has narrated over 400 books across multiple genres and age ranges, was the Audie’s Best Female Narrator of 2019, and narrates many of the high-demand titles patrons clamor for. Her sophomore novel, Thank You for Listening, is set in the world of audiobooks and romance-novel narration. 

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