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Books in the Media – May

Books in the Media – May

Here is a sample of some of the books prominently featured in the media this week. May 4: CrimeReads: Dead of Winter by Stephen Mack Jones Tap for the review The Next Wife by Kaira Rouda Tap for the review The Guardian: Second Place by Rachel Cusk Tap for the review...
Books in the Media – April

Books in the Media – April

Here is a sample of some of the books prominently featured in the media this week. APRIL 27: Indie Next: Great Circle: A Novel by Maggie Shipstead Tap for the preview Project Hail Mary: A Novel by Andy Weir Tap for the preview LibraryReads: Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P....
Books in the Media – March

Books in the Media – March

Here is a sample of some of the books prominently featured in the media this week. March 30: Indie Next: Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia Tap for the review Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson Tap for the review LibraryReads: Libertie by Kaitlyn...
Baldwin Celebrates Black History Month

Baldwin Celebrates Black History Month

If you have had the chance to read the February 2021 Learn.Connect.Discover newsletter, hopefully your curiosity was piqued by the Black Americans we featured in the cover graphic. Using our online database, Gale Biography in Context, we have pulled together short...
Books in the Media – February

Books in the Media – February

Here is a sample of some of the books prominently featured in the media this week. February 23: NYT: Surviving the White Gaze by Rebecca Carrol Tap for the review Raceless: In Search of Family, Identity, and the Truth About Where I Belong by Georgina Lawton Tap for...
Books in the Media – January

Books in the Media – January

Here is a sample of some of the books prominently featured in the media this week. January 26: Bustle: Ida B. the Queen: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Ida B. Wells by Michelle Duster and Hannah Giorgies Tap for the review The Hare by Melanie Finn Tap for the...
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