Never Without A Book

  1. Originally by yainterrobang

    yainterrobang:

    LIST OF THE WEEK: TEN LARGER-THAN-LIFE SCHOOLS
    We all wish for our Hogwarts letters, but as many of us head back to school, check out some of these larger-than-life academies. For more fun lists and all things YA lit, visit our website, follow us here and on Twitter, and subscribe to our weekly newsletter!

  2. Photo Originally by theunwinddystology Can’t wait.

    Can’t wait.

  3. Photo Originally by firstsecondbooks firstsecondbooks:

Paul Pope and his upcoming graphic novel THE RISE OF AURORA WEST at San Diego Comic-Con!

I can’t wait to read this sequel to BATTLING BOY.

    firstsecondbooks:

    Paul Pope and his upcoming graphic novel THE RISE OF AURORA WEST at San Diego Comic-Con!

    I can’t wait to read this sequel to BATTLING BOY.


    Tagged: graphic novels,
  4. Originally by pickeringtonlibrary

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    Every time we think we’ve adequately captured our TBR piles and current obsessions, we discover another book - which of course leads to another book and so on - that reminds us how much good stuff is coming out this fall (and even though we’re reeling from the fact that summer is nearly over, we’re already looking out for great books for 2015), and still there are plenty more! We’ve barely scratched the surface here, but you can always find more 2014 reads on our Goodreads shelf* here. Keep an eye out for our ongoing recommendations, and click on the links below to place holds on items currently in our catalog!

    *There’s so many, we could go on for days: dystopian novels, like Love Is the Drug; dramatic reads, like Beauty of the Broken; retellings, like The Fall (as in of the House of Usher); suspense, like Kiss Kill Vanish…and more.

  5. Photo Originally by lawrencepubliclibrary lawrencepubliclibrary:

Feel like getting out of town? Check out these road trip books! 
In Honor by Jessi Kirby
Reunited by Hilary Weisman Graham
Back When You Were Easier to Love by Emily Wing Smith
Finding Somewhere Joseph Monniger
Take Me There by Carolee Dee
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
Perfect Escape by Jennifer Brown
Going Bovine by Libba Bray
Zig Zag by Ellen Wittlinger

    lawrencepubliclibrary:

    Feel like getting out of town? Check out these road trip books! 

    In Honor by Jessi Kirby

    Reunited by Hilary Weisman Graham

    Back When You Were Easier to Love by Emily Wing Smith

    Finding Somewhere Joseph Monniger

    Take Me There by Carolee Dee

    An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

    Perfect Escape by Jennifer Brown

    Going Bovine by Libba Bray

    Zig Zag by Ellen Wittlinger

  6. Photo Originally by firstsecondbooks firstsecondbooks:

We just got in copies of George O’Connor’s upcoming graphic novel box set of Olympians!
They look fantastic!  We can’t wait for this book to come out in October.
More pictures on our blog: http://www.firstsecondbooks.com/books/new-book-olympians-boxed-set/

What a great box set.

    firstsecondbooks:

    We just got in copies of George O’Connor’s upcoming graphic novel box set of Olympians!

    They look fantastic!  We can’t wait for this book to come out in October.

    More pictures on our blog: http://www.firstsecondbooks.com/books/new-book-olympians-boxed-set/

    What a great box set.

  7. Originally by catagator

    catagator:

    After dedicating a few weekends to watching Bob’s Burgers on repeat, I thought it about time to write about it.

    Here’s a look at the literary references featured in the Burger of the Day.

    I’m a HUGE fan of Bob’s Burgers. Thanks, Kelly Jensen for devoting a post to this show.

  8. Originally by lawrencepubliclibrary

    lawrencepubliclibrary:

    Summer reading is coming! Let us help you find a great book. 

    I love Like, Try, Why charts.

  9. Originally by pickeringtonlibrary

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    nprbooks:

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    ridgelibteens:

    patrondebris:

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    We might have mentioned before how much we love science fiction, and the fact that this year’s summer reading theme is Science. Actually: Science!! It needs an exclamation point. 

    So, we’ve put together a really, really, incredibly huge booklist (working title? The Hive) for fans of science and fantasy fiction - and we added a little something extra, since, if you’re anything like us, when you love reading a genre, you love to watch films and shows, and play video games, in that same genre. 

    And if you’re playing Reading Bingo this summer with us for Summer Reading - or if you’re planning to take part in our Summer Fling (With a Book)! matchmaking program - then these books will definitely see you through summer and beyond!

    I like this format a lot.

    Totally stealing this for displays in our Teen Center.

    Hahaha, steal away!  And add to it!  If we’d had more room, we would have added more books, trust us. :)  

    Have we mentioned before how much we love the Pickerington Library? Well, it bears repeating. Also, if you haven’t read READY PLAYER ONE, go do it. RIGHT NOW.

    And then the minute you reblog us, dear lovely people over at NPR Books, we pick up followers and likes and reblogs.  It’s a beautiful thing and we appreciate the love more than we can say.

    We feel a gif post coming on….

    Great graphics.

  10. Text Originally by kittykatsize

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    kittykatsize:

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    The Legend Fandom right now….

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    IT comes out in April though….

    We’ll make it! We can wait! (Not really. But we’re gonna.)

    I can’t wait to see how this is adapted.

PortraitDr. Karin Perry
Asst. Professor of Lib Sci
Sam Houston State Univ.
goodreads.com/kperry
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