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Our Best Reads of 2019

by Laura Landon on 2020-01-08T14:00:00-04:00 | Comments

With the end of 2019 and the dawn of a new decade, we asked staff and librarians about the best books they've read within the past year. Here are some of their recommendations. You can find all of them in the library book stacks, through Novanet, or in the New Brunswick Public Library system (via ILL or your public library card). Our top picks cover a mix of fiction and non-fiction, and a range of publishing dates. They all have one thing in common: they're fabulous and memorable reads.

 

Cover Art Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga
Call Number: E 98 .S67 T35 2017
Recommended by Elizabeth Stregger, Data & Digital Services Librarian

 

Cover Art The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu by Joshua Hammer
Call Number: Z 659 H22 2016 (Order from Novanet)
Recommended by Rodney Howland, Access Services Assistant
 

 

Cover Art Winners Take All by Anand Giridharadas
Call Number: HN 59.2 G54 2018
Recommended by Sarah Bartlett, Music Librarian
 

 

Cover Art Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
Call Number: BL 860 .G35 2018 (Mary Mellish Room)
Recommended by Sally Krueger, Music Library, Archives & Special Collections Assistant
 
Cover Art The Overstory by Richard Powers
Call Number: PS 3566 .O92 O94 2018
Recommended by Laura Landon, Head of Access Services
 

 

Cover Art Influence by Robert B. Cialdini
Call Number: BF 774 C55 1993 (Order from Novanet)
Recommended by Rodney Howland, Access Services Assistant
 

 

Cover Art Sway by Rom Brafman; Ori Brafman
Call Number: BF441 .B725 2009 (Order from Novanet)
Recommended by Dianne Keeping, University Librarian
 

Click here to read last year's list of book recommendations. 


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