April, Digital ID 1547079, New York Public LibraryA is for April (the month that just took place. The one with all the wonderful blog posts?) and American Museum of Natural History.
B is for Business Books, Bernstein Book Award, Billy Parrott, and Billy Parrott.
C is for 1940 Census, Color, and Corn.
D is for DVDs and Samuel R. Delany.
E is for Effective Employment Strategies and Earthworms.
F is for Loïe Fuller, Financial Advisors, and Frank McHugh.
G is for Gilded Love, Games, and Guilty Pleasure Playlists.
H is for Haiti's Patent Law, Henry James, LES Heritage, and Hunger Games Chicken Salad.
I is for Iceland Moss, Immigration, and Pico Iyer.
J is for Joe Brainard and Jobs for People Over 50.
K is for Kingsbridge Teens' Recommendations.
L is for Lists, List Poems, Laughs, Low Cost Legal Services, and Little House on the Prairie of Horrors.
M is for Música, Memoirs, May Sarton, Menus, Middle School and Meatloaf.
N is for Novedades and Noël Coward.
O is for Dance Oral History.
P is for Poetry, Patron Requests, Pulitzer Prize, The Pink Lady, and Programming.
R is for Red Knit Cap Girl.
S is for Survival Tips, S.S. President Johnson, Shakespeare Week, and Sculpture.
T is for Titanic (books, music and the movie), Tornados, Tax Tips, and Transmissions from the Timothy Leary Papers.
W is for Edmund White, Watercolors, West Indian Roots, and Wikipedia.
X is for X-Men.
Y is for You Know Nothing of My Work!
Z is for "How to Save a Life" by Sara Zarr.
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