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Library 2035: Imagining the Next Generation of Libraries

Essential reading for all library workers and information professionals and, indeed, for any person concerned about the future of libraries.

Practicing Privacy Literacy in Academic Libraries: Theories, Methods, and Cases

This collection is a welcome resource for librarians who feel strongly about privacy literacy but are unsure where to start. Essential reading for scholarly-communication librarians, public librarians, and teaching librarians.

The Big Sourcebook of Free and Low-Cost Library Programming: 300+ Resources, Ideas, and Tools

A time-saving and relevant programming sourcebook; highly recommended for any library seeking to revitalize its programs and services.

The Duchess

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking a richly detailed Regency romance about scandal and self-reliance. Recommended for fans of J.J. McAvoy, Martha Waters, and Joanna Lowell.

The Blues Brothers: An Epic Friendship, the Rise of Improv, and the Making of an American Film Classic

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking an in-depth but accessible behind-the-scenes look at the intersection of rhythm and blues music and the rock and roll lifestyle. Recommended for fans of engaging arts and entertainment exposés, such as Nick de Semlyen’s Wild and Crazy Guys.

Broken: Transforming Child Protective Services—Notes of a Former Caseworker

A thoughtful debut account, revealing troubling inequities within the U.S. child welfare system.

There’s Going To Be Trouble

A well-plotted, character-driven novel that thrusts listeners into the emotionally fraught landscape of antiwar and antiestablishment protests. The dual star-crossed lovers add another level of enjoyment, making this a solid recommendation for listeners seeking literary fiction blended with politics, romance, and intrigue.

The Unvanquished: The Untold Story of Lincoln’s Special Forces, the Manhunt for Mosby’s Rangers, and the Shadow War That Forged America’s Special Operations

A ground-breaking addition to Civil War history and a timely update to The Secret War for the Union by Edwin C. Fishel and Mosby’s Confederacy by Thomas J. Evans and James M. Moyer.



While this title may appeal to fans of 2034, the sequel doesn’t quite live up to the hype. An optional purchase for most libraries.
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