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A monthly list featuring the top ten books loved by librarians across the U.S.
Fantasy and Science Fiction
Whether fueled by magic or advanced technology, imagination is the engine of speculative fiction. This newsletter brings you the best of fantasy, science fiction, and everything in between. Monthly.
Drawn to puzzles? These books will provide you with a steady stream of who-dun-its for your solving delight. Monthly.
Fiction A to Z
Take a walk through the aisles of our general fiction section and discover a range of fascinating characters and stories to engage and enlighten. Monthly.
New York Times Fiction Bestsellers
An up-to-date list of the New York Times Fiction Bestsellers. Weekly.
Do you prefer novels with period detail? Become part of history, without having to slop through the mud or face the guillotine yourself. Monthly.
Flirt with romance--whether you like your lovin' with ghosts, spies, or knights in shining armor, this newsletter will deliver, sealed with a kiss. Monthly.
If you feel that no day is complete without uncertainty, terror or blind panic -- fictional, of course -- the books featured here are sure to send chills down your spine. Bi-monthly.
Thrillers and Suspense
Footsteps behind you... Conspiracy theories... A race against time... Horrific consequences... If you're seeking white knuckles and a racing heart, you've come to the right place. Monthly.
See the world without ever leaving your chair! Featuring the best in travel writing, this newsletter will take you all over the world. Bi-monthly.
Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise
Stretch your muscles and your mind with our selection of books that explore the physical as well as philosophical challenges in life. Bi-monthly.
Biography and Memoir
Walk a mile in someone else's shoes -- immerse yourself in the lives of the famous, the infamous, and the ever intriguing. Monthly.
Nature and Science
No equation, test tube, or leaf is left unexamined! Explore the wonders of our world with books that will quench your thirst for knowledge. Bi-Monthly.
Business and Personal Finance
What's hot, what's not -- and where you want to be going! We'll cover marketing trends, selling tips, corporate survival, personal finance, real estate, and more. Bi-monthly.
New York Times Nonfiction Bestsellers
An up-to-date list of the New York Times Nonfiction Bestsellers. Weekly.
History and Current Events
Whether you're interested in ancient Greece or modern peace, you'll find the world -- past and present -- here. Monthly.
If variety is the spice of life, this newsletter is the spice rack. We'll cover music, film, sports, clothing, and all the other stuff that makes life interesting. Bi-monthly.
Home, Garden, and DIY
Whether you wield a hammer, whisk, spade, or crochet hook, this newsletter will keep you busy with a constant stream of projects. Bi-monthly.
Spirituality and Religion
Looking inward, outward, or upward? All manner of devotional and spiritual books will be featured in this newsletter, to inform, enlighten, and engage. Bi-monthly.
Hear ye, hear ye! Whether you're on the road or just like to multitask, these newsletters will be music to your ears. Bi-monthly.
Teens & Kids
Find out what’s new and cool! We’ll suggest fun and fascinating fiction (and great nonfiction, too) for kids in elementary school. Monthly.
All types of fiction for those who want to imagine different realities -- and nonfiction for those who are trying to understand ours! For readers of high school age and up. Monthly.
Looking for great picture books to share with the children in your life? You'll find books here that are sure to captivate their young imaginations. Monthly.
Too young to drive, but too old for kid stuff? These books (mostly fiction, with some nonfiction) are just right for the middle school set. Monthly.