The Best Books of 2015, A List of Lists

All the Wild That Remains, by David Glessner
Southwest Books of the Year

This time of year there is an abundance of "best books" lists on all kinds of topics. Whether you're looking for yourself or buying for a friend, you should find some treasures here.

What was the best book YOU read this year? You're invited to join our new book catalog, and comment on your favorites with your reviews.

Last update: December 31, 2015.

Right: All the Wild that Remains, by David Glessner, a Southwest Books of the Year Top Pick.

"David Glessner brings alive writers Edward Abbey and Wallace Stegner in this personal, literary roadtrip meditation on the state of the American West." --Christine Wald-Hopkins


Picks by Library staff and other experts in Tucson & Pima County


Covers of the National Book Award Winners
National Book Award winners for 2015

All Ages


Kirkus Reviews awardees for middle grade realistic fiction
Kirkus Reviews awardees for middle grade realistic fiction

Children

Picture Books & Illustration

Middle Grades

Nonfiction

Genres


X: A Novel, a Publisher's Weekly Best Book for Young Adults
X: A Novel, a Publisher's Weekly Best Book

Teens


Kirkus Reviews Best Adult Mysteries & Thrillers
Kirkus Reviews Best Adult Mysteries & Thrillers

Adults

Fiction

Nonfiction

Genre fiction

Business, Entrepreneurship, & Marketing

--Lisa, your Facebook Librarian
P.S. You can also see our previous "Best of" lists for 20142013 and 2012.

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