Did you know the librarians at the Information Desk compile a binder of the "Best Books of the Year" lists?Read More
by Leslie Parry
New York, 1895: a man finds a baby. A young woman loses her sister. Another young woman is forced into an insane asylum. The connections among these stories make fascinating reading.
by Brian Turner
America at war, and an individual soldier at war, are powerfully explored in this collection of vignettes by a poet and former soldier.
by Stephanie Kegan
A bomber's manifesto is frighteningly similar to the views of Natalie's estranged brother. A tense tale of the clash between family loyalty and moral obligation.
by Mary Norris
Decades in the legendary copy department of The New Yorker give Norris the expertise to write this spirited, witty discussion of punctuation and usage. Not a manual!
The librarians in Westwood love nothing more than suggesting a good book! The staff at both the Main and Islington Branch Library are always available for readers' advisory. But maybe you would like to explore on your own. Check out these online tools to pick your next book...Read More