If you are among the many readers who read one of these five titles and want more of the same adventure or romance or thrills, here are some suggestions for you.
Over the course of her four decades as a writer, Erdrich has entranced critics and readers alike with her expert, compassionate portraits of Native American life.
Our Best Books for Teens committee has been busy reading and reviewing 2016 titles. Here are a few of their favorite new comics and graphic novels.
Books about hiking, evolution, human nature, dogs and cats, city parks and gardens, and classic fiction were among the titles readers recommended at our Open Book Night last month when we suggested the topic “the natural world.”
Who would have imagined a trend in YA literature toward realistic, character-driven, and emotionally intense stories? If that is up your alley, we have some recommendations for you.
Our staff have been busy reading and reviewing this year's picture books. Here are a few of their favorites featuring animals to teach kids about, well, animals—but also some other important life lessons.
Our children's librarians have been busy reading and reviewing this year's picture books. Check out a few of their favorites.
When the Angry Birds movie hit theaters, we asked our NYPL recommendation experts to name their favorite books, movies, or TV shows that feature… well, angry birds.
If you are among the many readers who bought and read one of these five titles and want more of the same adventure or romance or thrills, here are some suggestions for you.
Check out our list of offbeat, character-driven, intricately plotted, suspense novels set in the Midwest.
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Close quarters, no parental supervision, lots of teens, too-strict rules or no rules at all…no doubt, boarding schools are fertile ground for stories about burgeoning relationships and finding identity.
When you have serious story-time nostalgia, sometimes the best bet to satisfy that craving is an audiobook. Buckle up, and enjoy the ride with a few of our favorite audiobooks.
Why not spice up your rainy days with some great books?
Conventional wisdom aside, let’s be real: A lot of us decide whether we’re interested in reading a particular book by judging its cover—and its title, too.
Here are some read alikes for the top five bestselling fiction titles this week.
This spring's newly published crop of picture books includes some laugh-out-loud funny installments.
Superheroes are all over the media these days. There is the Marvel series on Netflix. Captain America: Civil War, Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and X-Men Apocalypse are all competing for ticket sales in movie theaters across America. On TV, viewers can followThe Flash (CW), The Arrow (CW), and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (ABC).
For fans of HBO’s Silicon Valley, here are a few books that will satisfy the urge for social commentary and satire aimed at start-ups, social media, and tech culture in general.
Several titles from the thriller, suspense, and mystery categories are in the top five this week.