Tuesday, December 07, 2010
[News and Notes] The Best Books of 2010
Library Journal boasts their first ever top ten list. LJ book reviewers and librarians contributed to the selection process.
Publisher's Weekly selected 100 of the best of 2010, noting that women authors dominated their picks.
Take a look at NPR's Best Books 2010 webpage. Librarian Nancy Pearl, who spoke at the Central Library on December 6, was featured on NPR's Morning Edition. Be sure to browse her choices for the best memoirs.
Designed as a holiday gift guide, The New York Times year-end list offers traditional lists (100 Notable Books) as well as favorites chosen by New York Times book critics on the left side of the page.
Don't forget to search the library catalog for book availability.
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