#pimapicks: Meet a new blog

Since What Do I Read Next? is off to a great start, we thought this might be a good time to try out another new blog series: #pimapicks.  What it is: A way for our customers and staff to share lists And also, a way to FIND cool reading (and watching, and listening!) lists How […]

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Friendship in East Berlin

Set in 1989, Cloud and Wallfish by Anne Nesbet is wonderful to read from start to finish. The protagonist's name is Noah. Sorry, was Noah. Now it's Jonah. Noah, torn out of his normal life in Virginia, relocates to East Berlin (this was when the Berlin Wall still existed) with his parents and discovers that everything he […]

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Crime Scene: Scandinavia Suggestions

Send your book question to What Do I Read Next? our new personalized advice column for book lovers. Let the Ravenous Readers—our readers' advisory professionals—send some reading love your way! We'll personally respond to each question we receive. And, every Friday, we'll pick one question we've had more than the usual amount of fun answering and publish it right […]

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What the Devil Knows…

A popular Mexican dicho states “most of what the devil knows is due to the fact that he’s old rather than because he’s the devil”: Más sabe el diablo por viejo que por diablo. Ten thousand Americans are turning 65 every day. The trend began in 2011 with the first of the Baby Boomers and […]

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Beware the Shadows

For fans of Sarah J. Maas’s Throne of Glass books, comes a new thrilling fantasy, where fighting is not an option. In Mask of Shadows, we open with Sal Leon, a gender-fluid street fighter, hell-bent on getting revenge for their destroyed homeland. The current nation, fragile and new, is held together by the might of […]

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It Must Be Magic

At loose ends because you’re between books? Looking for a new title to love? Maybe you’d like to reconnect with an old favorite, but you just can’t remember its title. Or perhaps you haven’t done much reading and would like to start— where on earth should you begin? Talk to an expert!  Send your book […]

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