Adults Books: Best of A Book Long Enough

Reviews and recommendations of fiction and non-fiction for adults, written by a librarian. http://abooklongenough.com
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Awesome summer 2015 books for adults! Chosen by a librarian.

Forget the Kids: 8 Summer 2015 Adult Reads You Don't Want to Miss

Scare yourself silly with my favorite psychological mystery/suspense novels. These are books in which women authors delve into what drives a fictional character to murder. Recommended by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com.

Private Eye July: Psychological Suspense by Women Authors

Scare yourself silly with my favorite psychological mystery/suspense novels. These are books in which women authors delve into what drives a fictional character to murder. Recommended by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com.

A review of the engaging mystery novel from new author Julia Keller, A Killing in the Hills. Written by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com

Beauty and Savagery in the Alleghenies

Book-themed Christmas decorations.

Christmas Crafts and Decorations: Book-Themed Ideas

Explore fun and festive ideas which make a great addition to your Christmas tree, including Christmas Handmade Paper Craft Decorations kids can make.

Take a look at ten brand new 2014 novels that make perfect gifts for book lovers this holiday season.

Top Ten Novels for Gifting this Holiday Season

My favorite books for adults, both fiction and non-fiction, published in 2013, as selected by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com.

Gifty Books for the Readers on Your Holiday List: The Best Adult Books of 2013

My favorite books for adults, both fiction and non-fiction, published in 2013, as selected by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com.

14 websites (blogs, reviews, social media and more) to make sure you know about if you love adult and teen books!

14 Super Cool Websites for Adult and Teen Bookaholics

"Frozen" Chapter Books: 10 Titles for Kids Who Love the Disney Movie-A Book Long Enough

A review of Hillary Jordan's Mudbound, a gothic suspense novel set in post Word War II Mississippi. Written by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com

Cotton, the Klan, Whiskey, and Murder in (You Guessed it) Mississippi

2009 - Mudbound by Hillary Jordan - In Laura McAllan tries to adjust after moving with her husband and two children to an isolated cotton farm in the Mississippi Delta.

Book review of Stiches: A Handbook of Meaning, Hope, and Repair by Anne Lamott. Recommended by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com. Image credit to http://hopefullyknown.com.

Putting Life Back Together, Piece By Piece

A review of Ayad Akthar's American Dervish, a novel featuring a Muslim American growing up in modern America. Written by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com

A Muslim Gen Xer

These novels go beyond South Asian stereotypes to capture how culture impacts character and community, how humor and grace build bridges of understanding and how no one's parents understand what they're going through--no matter where they hail from.

A review of Mary Oliver's powerfully written book of poetry, Dog Songs, by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com

Woman's Best Friend

A New York Times bestselling collection of new and favorite poems, celebrating the dogs that have enriched the poet’s world Beloved by her readers, special to the poet’s own heart, Mary Oliver’s dog poems offer a special window into her world.

A review of the stunning The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman. Written by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com

What to Read on the Bathroom Floor at 1 a.m. Through a Vale of Tears

The Light Between Oceans: A Novel: M. Stedman: After four harrowing years on the Western Front, Tom Sherbourne returns to Australia and takes a job as the lighthouse keeper on Janus Rock

Books to gift for the favorite reader on your holiday or birthday list! Recommended and reviewed by a librarian at http://abooklongenough.com

Gifty Books for the Readers on Your Holiday List: The Best Adult Books of 2013

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson: What it's about: A woman named Ursula dies and is reborn repeatedly for a long and unusual life. Who's starring: No one has been cast yet, but a writer for Mad Men and a writer for The Bridge are adapting the book.

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