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Journal Article: “What is Ideal EDI Learning For Academic Librarians? Discovering EDI Learning Stories Through Appreciative Inquiry”

Report: “South Carolina Libraries Will Need Parents Permission Before Letting Children See Sexual Material”

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Expands in North Carolina with New Bilingual Book Collection; With Censorship On The Rise, Providence Librarian Says Rhode Island Needs To Do More To Protect Libraries ; & More Headlines

Winners of Women’s Prize and Walter Scott Prize | Book Pulse

Top Titles | Fiction Audiobooks Building Holds

Most Requested | Nonfiction Audiobooks Building Holds

LJ Talks with Eunice Wong, Audie and Earphones Award–Winning Narrator

Fantastic Futures and Fairy Tales | SFF Audio Stars

All in for Love | Romance Audio Stars

Scary Sounds | Horror Audio Stars

Audiobook Stars | Top Titles To Know, Share, and Listen To

Audio Whodunits | Mystery Audio Stars

National Archives Awards $4 Million for Historical Records Projects, Launches Programs for Congressional Papers and HBCU Archives

Preprint: “An Open Dataset of Article Processing Charges From Six Large Scholarly Publishers (2019-2023)”

Reports: “How Americans Get News on TikTok, X, Facebook and Instagram” & “How Americans Navigate Politics on TikTok, X, Facebook and Instagram”

EBSCO FOLIO Reports More Than 200 Libraries and Library Systems Using FOLIO LSP; Oxford University Press (OUP) Releases Latest Responsible Publishing Report; & More Headlines

Seattle Public Library Recovering from Ransomware Attack

Winners of the 2024 Lambda Literary Awards | Book Pulse

Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Releases Digital Literacy Framework

CLIR and The HBCU Library Alliance Collaboration Supports Preservation Projects at HBCU Libraries and Archives

Journal Article: “Book Bans In Political Context: Evidence From US Schools”

University of Iowa Libraries Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio Builds First-Ever Digital and Searchable Map of Principia Mathematica Through Multi-Institutional, NEH-Awarded Grant

Brandon Butler is the New Executive Director at  Re:Create; Taylor & Francis Issues Expanded Guidance on AI Application for Authors, Editors and Reviewers; & More News Headlines

Brandon Butler is the New Executive Director at Re:Create; Taylor & Francis Issues Expanded Guidance on AI Application for Authors, Editors and Reviewers; & More News Headlines

ALA 2024 Galley Guide | Books To Pick Up and Have Signed

‘Ladykiller’ by Katherine Wood | Mystery Debut of the Month

LJ Talks with Michelle Moran | Historical Fiction Author of ‘Maria: A Novel of Maria von Trapp’

‘One on One’ by Jamie Harrow | Romance Debut of the Month

Historical Fiction Preview 2024 | The Best Books and Key Trends To Know

‘Time’s Agent’ by Brenda Peynado | SFF Debut of the Month

Writing | Prepub Alert, December 2024 Titles

Pop Fiction | Prepub Alert, December 2024 Titles

Read-Alikes for ‘Not in Love’ by Ali Hazelwood | LibraryReads

Biography & Memoir | Prepub Alert, December 2024 Titles

Oprah Picks David Wroblewski’s ‘Familiaris’ for 106th Book Club | Book Pulse

Audio In Depth June 2024

Report: “State Asks Federal Court to Lift Injunction on Iowa Book Ban Law, ‘Support Iowa’s Youth'”

Report: Share of Canadians Who Prefer Audiobooks Continues to Grow

New From Google: Vogue Digital Archive (15,000+ Newly-Digitized Photos From More Three Three Decades, 600 Issues of the Magazine)

A New Issue of Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice (Vol. 12, No 1) is Now Available Online

NISO Welcomes New Board Members for 2024–25; Libraries, Civil Society Push Back on NDAA Copyright Amendment Based on Pro Codes Act; & More Headlines

Nephew of Donald Trump Will Publish Memoir on July 30 | Book Pulse

Remembering David M. Shotton, Founder and Co-Director of OpenCitations; Three Things to Know About Prompting LLMs; & More News Headlines

University of Tennessee, Knoxville Delivering on the Expectations of Digital-Native Users

Everything Breaks

California Dreamin’ | ALA Annual 2024 Preview

‘Not in Love’ by Ali Hazelwood Tops Holds Lists | Book Pulse

Des Moines Register: “Banishing Captain Underpants: An Investigation of the 3,400 Books Pulled in Iowa”

Idaho: Boise Libraries Prepare For More Liability Under ‘Harmful’ Materials Law; English-Language Books are Filling Europe’s Bookstores; & More Headlines

2024 Top Trends in Academic Libraries: A Review of the Trends and Issues

Not Real News: An Associated Press Roundup of Untrue Stories Shared Widely on Social Media This Week

New Article: “AI Reskilling in Libraries: When the Dean’s Assistant Gets an AI Assistant”

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Awards Nearly $6M in Grant Funding for African American History and Culture

Report: “Florida Parents Sue State Over Law On Challenging Books In Schools”

Princeton University Library is Using a Pioneering Digital System to Uncover the History Of Collection Items; The University of Georgia Selects TIND IR and TIND RDM; & More Headlines

Portico Pilot Project Offers Digital Preservation to Underrepresented Community Collections

Homer Aridjis Wins Griffin Poetry Prize | Book Pulse

Appeals Court Affirms Decision to Return Books to Llano County Library Shelves

A Flower Garden for Pollinators

Readers will treasure the suggested plants, deeply enjoy the writing, and be charmed with the entire package. Don’t miss this.

A Year Full of Pots: Container Flowers for All Seasons

A feast for the eyes and blooming with inspiration, Raven’s text will please armchair gardeners and aid those looking to craft flower-filled delights.

The Design of a Country Estate: Purple Cherry Architects & Interiors

This enjoyable coffee-table book, great for perusing and adding to collection displays, is a diverting read for a quick trip to a beautiful home and surrounding buildings. In some ways, this book is a more in-depth and expansive version of an enjoyable TV show about luxury homes without the nitty-gritty construction details.

Pages of Mourning

Riveting, gripping, and atmospheric, the latest from award-winning, Mexico City-based Morrison (The Wait) takes readers on a whirlwind trip across his homeland. Macondo, the magical utopia of One Hundred Years of Solitude, is an object of desire that remains elusive in Morrison’s gritty tale of violence and love.

Outside In: A Year of Growing & Displaying

An attractive, inspiring book that shows that beautiful floral arrangements, from the simple to the exuberant, are within reach of all gardeners.

A Great Gay Book: Stories of Growth, Belonging & Other Queer Possibilities

For librarians interested in expanding their LGBTQIA+ studies, literature, or arts collections, this book serves as a valuable source to complement existing scholarly works.

Target Acquired

A fast-paced thrill of a ride from start to finish. Readers of Terri Blackstock and Susan May Warren will love this second installment of the “Lake City Heroes” series from Eason (Double Take).

The Pecan Children

This novel is a good match for book clubs (with questions included at the book’s end) and a must for thrill seekers and fans of Southern gothic stories.

The Ride of Her Life

Recommended for collections where Dugan’s Love at First Set or Helena Greer’s Season of Love have fans.

The Ashes & the Star-Cursed King

Broadbent (The Serpent and the Wings of Night) ratchets up the action, treachery, and romance in the second installment of the “Crowns of Nyaxia” series. Perfect for fans of Rebecca Yarros’s romantasy or those who enjoyed K.A. Tucker’s “Fate & Flame” series.

The Spellshop

Durst’s (The Bone Maker) cottagecore romantasy takes place on an island of fantastical creatures and people, with romances among found family and friends and illicit spellcasting adding a dash of suspense to the mix. An excellent match for fans looking to take a break from epic fantasy for some feel-good humor and happiness.

What You Leave Behind

With deep characterizations, local lore, and a sympathetic heroine, this is another feather in Morris’s cap.

This Is a Book for People Who Love Tattoos

If readers are wondering why their cubicle mate chose a snake over a bird or how tattooing went from pirates to celebrities, this book will provide answers or at least encourage new ways of thinking about the stories people tell with their skin.

Heavy Hitter

Cotugno’s (Meet the Benedettos) straight-from-the-headlines plot is undeniably inspired by a certain megastar/athlete romance. A must purchase for most libraries and Swifties.

Being Bad: Breaking the Rules and Becoming Everything You’re Not Supposed To Be

Hard-biting and vulnerable, this is a recommended read for LGBTQIA+ patrons and twentysomething cis women, especially children of immigrants like the author.

“A Texas County Removed 17 Books From Its Libraries. An Appeals Court Says Eight Must Be Returned”

FCC Adopts $200M Cybersecurity Pilot Program for Schools & Libraries

Journal Article: “Measuring Data Rot: An Analysis of The Continued Availability of Shared Data From a Single University”

MediaSource Inc. Announces Donation of 150,000 K-12 Books to Bernie’s Book Bank

Brigitte Weinsteiger Named H. Carton Rogers III Vice Provost and director of the Penn Libraries; DuckDuckGo Announces Free, Private Access to Some AI Chatbots; and More News Headlines

Colson Whitehead’s ‘Crook Manifesto’ Wins Gotham Book Prize | Book Pulse

Colson Whitehead’s ‘Crook Manifesto’ Wins Gotham Book Prize | Book Pulse

Colson Whitehead’s ‘Crook Manifesto’ Wins Gotham Book Prize | Book Pulse


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