Here are a few colorful detectives and crime/thriller/mystery series from NYPL staff for all you crime drama fans.
Author and illustrator Anna Dewdney, who created more than 20 picture books about the Llama family and other memorable characters, died yesterday at 50.
Here's a list of books that I'd recommend to the citizens of Stars Hollow if I were behind the reference desk at the SHPL.
Readers recommended books from Norway to Egypt, and Japan to the Dominican Republic. Please share your favorite international reading with us in the comments section below.
Half a century after the Montgomery Bus Boycott that began with Rosa Parks, many authors of children’s literature are writing compelling middle-grade stories about the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and ’60s.
Two new titles join this list this week: historical fiction about the Underground Railroad and the newest installment of a popular series of F.B.I. thrillers.
An interview, a book list, and a discussion of author Jason Reynolds
Our Best Books for Teens committee has been busy reading and reviewing 2016 titles. Below are a few of their favorite new comics and graphic novels.
Here are five more bedtime books that capture winding down, getting those little eyes to close and little ones to drift off to sleep.
There are many other books in this vein featuring magic, adventure, and a style that will appeal to fans.
It’s almost impossible to recreate the kind of world-building that J. K. Rowling achieved in her legendary Harry Potter series—which is why Harry Potter readalikes are the holy grail of book recommendations.
Just as with fine wines and meals, you need the right book to pair with the right sport, and we have some suggestions.
Her speech was relatively quick, but Clinton managed to mention multiple books and give a shout-out to the local library of her childhood.
The "filter bubble": social media and exposure (or lack thereof) to differing viewpoints.
In honor of Heathcliff, we asked our book experts here at The New York Public Library: Who’s your favorite literary bad boy and why?
The Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers has had seventeen classes of fellows in residence at The New York Public Library. These gifted independent scholars, creative writers, academics, and visual artists have produced more than one hundred books since 1999, and we recommend fifteen of their recent titles for 2016 summer reading.
Twenty minutes a day. That's all it takes for kids and adults alike to avoid a summer reading slump... and, as it turns out, to read some really amazing books. So, with our Summer Reading Challenge in full swing, we decided to do a little math.
All moms are working hard all the time, and moms who work outside their homes could sometimes use a hand explaining their jobs to their kids and handling their separation anxiety. These picture books do just that.
If you are among the many readers who read one of The New York Times top five fiction titles and want more of the same adventure or romance or thrills, we have some suggestions for you.
Our staff have been busy reading and reviewing 2016 titles. Here are a few of their favorite new nonfiction books for children.