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Research Tools: National Geographic Society and Utrecht University Launch World Water Map

The Verge: “The Internet Archive is Defending Its Digital Library in Court Today”

Journal Article: “Services to Mobile Users: The Best Practice from the Top-Visited Public Libraries in the US”

New Online: Handbook on Comparative E-lending Policies in European Public Libraries

JSTOR Daily Wins Webby Award; IMLS Welcomes 7 New Members to the National Museum and Library Services Board; & More News Headlines

Jacqueline Winspear’s ‘The White Lady’ Tops Library Holds Lists | Book Pulse

Closer to Home: Libraries Providing Home Broadband

Research Article (preprint): “A Global Exploratory Comparison of Country Self-Citations 1996-2019”

Japan: “Shared Bookstores Let Bibliophiles Meet Owners With a Passion”

Connecticut: A CT Leader’s Decision to Pull a Children’s Book About Pronouns From Library Display Called ‘Censorship’; What’s New in Digital Equity; & More News Headlines

American Library Association (ALA) Committee on Accreditation (CoA) Releases a Proposed Revision of the Standards for Accreditation of Master’s Programs in Library and Information Studies

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

Getty Acquires 11th Century Irmengard Codex; JAMA’s New Editor Settles in, Bringing Open Access and Other Changes; and More News Headlines

Institute For Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Releases FY 2022 Annual Financial Report

Coming Soon: CORE-GPT (Question Answering Using GPT-3 and the CORE Corpus of Open Access Articles)

Op/Ed: “The Internet Archive is a Library”

U.S. Dept. of Education Now Accepting Applications For New Awards For FY 2023 Open Textbooks Pilot Program; A Search Engine Researcher Explains the Pros and Cons of Letting ChatGPT and Other Chatbots Search the Web for You; & More News Headlines

Ling Ma Wins the Story Prize for Bliss Montage | Book Pulse


Saved by the Texas Cowboy

Best for fans of this author and of the Harlequin Romantic Suspense titles.

Colton’s Undercover Seduction

With a nonsensical reason for their undercover assignment and plot twists that are obvious from the beginning, reading the latest installment in this series is far more frustrating than it is entertaining.

Rachael’s Good Eats: Easy, Laid-Back, Nutrient-Rich Recipes

For libraries wishing to expand their cookbook collection with healthy and allergy-free focused works, this is a good choice, and DeVaux’s many Instagram fans will be looking for it.

Truly Simple: 140 Healthy Recipes for Weekday Cooking

Desirable for Cavallari fans and those looking for healthy or gluten-free options. Purchase where there is interest.

Baby Surprise in Costa Rica

Part surprise pregnancy and part second-chance romance, this love story will leave readers glowing from the undeniable attraction between the two, as well as the Costa Rican climate in Pembroke’s second “Dream Destinations” book, after Their Icelandic Marriage Reunion.

Pas de Don’t

A sexy, smoldering romance that pulls back the curtain on the world of ballet and deftly portrays the ambition, drive, and passion of those who live and work in it.

Off-Limits Fling with the Billionaire

The tension between Cassandra and Matheo is palpable and makes for an enticing, steamy read from Merchant (Their Wildest Safari Dream). Readers are sure to devour this in one sitting.

Casing the Copycat

Helm delivers a suspenseful story that is full of romance and adventure, and readers will be eager to continue their way through this series (whose previous installment was Shot in the Dark).

Ozarks Missing Person

Wells (Trial in the Backwoods) delivers a well plotted mystery along with the romance in this new series.

Saved by the Bellini: & Other 90s-Inspired Cocktails

Whether one decides to make the Sanderson Sister Sour (based on the 1993 classic film Hocus Pocus), the Apple Mac-Tini, the Salt-n-Pepa Lemonade, the Pumps (inspired by Marty McFly’s sneakers in Back to the Future 2), or the Yabba Dabba Doo (a Flintstones Push Up drink), readers won’t be disappointed by the ’90s nostalgia the book evokes alongside top-notch drink-making techniques.

Riding Shotgun

Han delivers a top-notch romantic mystery in book two of this series about a ranching family in Cider Creek, TX (following Rescued by the Rancher).

Ever-Green Vietnamese: Super-Fresh Recipes, Starring Plants from Land and Sea

Detailed instructions and tantalizing recipes make this an excellent book for those wanting to incorporate plant-based options in Vietnamese cooking.

Wyoming Mountain Hostage

Rushdan delivers a fresh, suspenseful story with deep character development and sexy dialogue. While part of a series (a sequel to Wyoming Christmas Stalker), this can be read as a stand-alone.

That Cheese Plate Wants To Party: Festive Boards, Spreads, and Recipes with the Cheese by Numbers Method

A gorgeous and helpful resource for anyone just starting out with cheese boards that takes readers from basic prep to boards or grazing tables, with all of the necessary steps in between.


Like the scent of chlorine on one’s skin, this not-to-be-missed debut novel lingers.

The Secret Garden of Yanagi Inn

Logan’s debut novel will appeal to listeners who enjoy detailed settings and character growth, but those seeking strong mystery or suspense may want to look elsewhere.

Inventing Troy Donahue: The Making of a Movie Star

Photographs abound in this meticulous biography that celebrity mavens will especially enjoy.

Fiji Escape with Her Boss

Lewis’s latest, after Billionaire’s Snowbound Marriage Reunion, is a solid first-tier purchase for library romance collections, especially where contemporary romances are popular.

LEON Big Salads

A diversity of recipes with big flavor and vibrant energy will make this a hit with library patrons.

Koshersoul: The Faith and Food Journey of an African American Jew

Although Twitty’s latest is rather uneven, it is enhanced by his engaging narration. Share with listeners looking for an original analysis of food and cultural history.

Courting India: Seventeenth-Century England, Mughal India, and the Origins of Empire

Essential for those interested in the history of colonialism, specifically the relationship depicted in this book.

Hunted on the Bay

Fans of Williams’s “Fairhope, Alabama” series, part of the now-defunct Superromance line, will likely appreciate seeing favorite characters and places once again.

The Cannons Roar: Fort Sumter and the Start of the Civil War—An Oral History

Readers interested in Civil War and American history should find something new in this title to enjoy.

Jana Goes Wild

This satisfying second-chance romance offers a big-hearted, clear-eyed examination of parenting and rekindling of old flames.

His Accidentally Pregnant Princess

A solid contemporary romance from Faye (Second Chance with the Bridesmaid) that will appeal to readers of royal romances.

The Strange Inheritance of Leah Fern

Although some listeners may wish for more momentum to carry the story along, Chin’s touching tale speaks to the enduring bonds of family and community. Recommended for fans of Aimee Bender’s The Butterfly Lampshade or Therese Walsh’s The Moon Sisters.

The Bounty Hunter’s Baby Search

Best for loyal readers of this series.

Crime Scene Connection

Readers will be quickly enthralled in the mystery of this story.

Wildscape: Trilling Chipmunks, Beckoning Blooms, Salty Butterflies, and other Sensory Wonders of Nature

It is an essential read for academics, students of the natural sciences, and readers concerned about the environment.

Multiverses: An Anthology of Alternate Realities

The collection’s wide range of international authors means it has something to offer everyone. Recommended for libraries with strong SFF collections and readers who enjoy short fiction.

Don’t Tell Anybody the Secrets I Told You: A Memoir

Honest and raw, this book serves a slice of an inspiring life that reminds readers to keep trying. Williams’s story will likely appeal to readers interested in music, poetry, literature, or mental health.

Over Her Dead Body

Written with suspense, romance, and mystery, this is an excellent addition to Severn’s “Defenders of Battle Mountain” series (following Presumed Dead).

The Sister Effect

Mallery (The Boardwalk Bookshop) knows that happy endings never disappoint. Contemporary fiction and romance readers will love the drama of Jericho’s and Finley’s lives.

Library and Archives Canada: 1931 Census of Canada to be Released Online on June 1, 2023

Journal Article: “Public Libraries and Health Promotion Partnerships: Needs and Opportunities”

OpenAI’s GPT-4 Is Closed Source and Shrouded in Secrecy; Can Chatbots Remember What You Type? NCSC Issues Warning; & More News Headlines

OpenAI’s GPT-4 Is Closed Source and Shrouded in Secrecy; Can Chatbots Remember What You Type? NCSC Issues Warning; & More News Headlines

The Lambda Awards Finalists Are Announced | Book Pulse

Video Recording: Joni Mitchell in Conversation with Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden

Leslie Weir Reappointed Librarian and Archivist of Canada

The Atlantic: “The Librarians Are Not Okay”

SXSW Banned Book Library Highlights Texas’ Role as Book Ban Leader; Tennessee: State Textbook Commission Sets Guidelines for Banning Books; & More News Headlines

SXSW Banned Book Library Highlights Texas’ Role as Book Ban Leader; Tennessee: State Textbook Commission Sets Guidelines for Banning Books; & More News Headlines

The Tournament of Books Begins | Book Pulse

Five Tips to Improve Your Research Culture

New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa See Discusses Her New Novel Lady Tan’s Circle of Women

Ithaka S+R is Convening a Two-Year Research Project with Universities “Committed To Making AI Generative For Their Campus Communities”

Stanford Libraries Launches Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, 1945-46

Cambridge University Press Publishes First AI Research Ethics Policy; Includes Ban on AI Being Treated as an ‘Author’ of Academic Papers and Books

Delta Think: “Open Access Charges – Continued Consolidation and Increases”

Research From the University of Georgia Finds “75% of People Don’t Really Know What a Preprint Is”


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