Our discussion in our March Open Book Night: Books Go to the Movies covered a lot of ground. Movies and books strike a chord with everyone and we all had something to say.
I can't stop marveling at the amazing Middle Grade Fiction being published these days. There is something for everyone and here are a few new titles we recommend.
Here are some vivid representations of the New York immigrant experience in fiction, as well as a few memoirs and biographies of New Yorkers past and present, who arrived here from all over the world and made their mark on our city.
There is some great new fiction for teens coming out this Spring! Here are a seven titles at the top of our to-read piles here at NYPL.
Happy World Poetry Day! There has been a lot of good stuff since Yeats. Get current with these contemporary poetry recommendations.
NYPL recommends eight new titles for voracious middle grade readers.
We are loving these new picture books and we think you and your little readers will too. Happy reading, and learning, and laughing, and sharing.
Our theme this month was “Ain’t Nothin’ but a Love Thang”, and we asked readers to share books they love, books about love, and books about things they love.
An informal, devoted group of readers discuss books we have read or are reading—based on a loose theme—each month.
All thrillers are suspenseful, compelling, and intensifying, but the genre runs both broad and deep.
Here are seven books about twins for Beyonce, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy...and the rest of us. Watch out Blue Ivy, everything is about to change!
Two recent works of longform journalism about the plight of refugees that we would like to recommend.
Hack the Holds Queue is a new series from Readers Services in which we alert librarians—on the frontlines in libraries across the city—to books getting a lot of attention.
Open Book Night at Mid-Manhattan Library meets on the second Friday of the month, and you’re invited!
Last month when we gathered for Open Book Night, our theme was food and celebration. Oysters came up several times as well as some fictional meals that were far from celebratory. We heard about favorite cookbooks and food memoirs and a few titles readers really enjoyed that had little to do with food but fit the mood.
This annual list is a century-old tradition in which The New York Public Library’s book experts select 100 noteworthy children's titles from categories including: picture books, young readers, fiction, graphic novels, folklore & fairy tales, poetry, and nonfiction.
'Tis the season for suspense: bounty hunters, the Army, the F.B.I., the C.I.A., forensics, and judicial corruption.
October’s Open Book Night took place on one of the most bone-chilling days we have had this year.
Wanting more gritty or intricately plotted suspense, more mysteries told from multiple perspectives, or more stories about families? We have some read alikes for you.
Decorate your bookshelves this Halloween with spooky novels.