Category Archives: Blogs & websites

Book Review: Humans of New York: Stories, by Brandon Stanton

index (2)This book grew out of the five years that Stanton has maintained his blog of the same name. During that time he has interviewed and photographed more than ten thousand of New York City’s 8.5 million residents. Each of them, as does each of us, has their own story. Ranging from a line or two to a few paragraphs along with the photo, the entries are sad, tragic, hopeful, silly, serious, weird, just all over the spectrum. I found reading this pretty addictive.

Rating: * * * A good read

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Reviewed by: kh

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Summer Reading ideas

Looking for Summer Reading ideas?  Rebecca Blood, in her blog rebecca’s pocket, has helpfully collected dozens of lists from a wide variety of newspapers and media outlets, including all genres, and for all ages.  There’s a list for everyone here!

And don’t forget our BookLetters service!  Browse any of the lists, or sign up to receive any (or all) 0f the newsletters through your email or RSS feed.

Photo by kke227 and republished here under a Creative Commons license.  Some rights reserved.

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Do you like audiobooks?

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If you enjoy listening to audiobooks–whether checked out of the library on tape or CD, or downloaded–you might be interested in the Audiobooker blog.  Written by a “teacher, librarian, and audiobook addict,” the blog has listening suggestions, links to free downloadable audiobooks, information on MP3 players, and more.  Happy listening!

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