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Natalie Lovin

Girl, Interrupted

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Helen DeWitt

Best Reviewed Books of 2018

Inventions

New Crime Fiction

TV Mysteries

Mental Illness

Alice Bolin

Serial Killers

Audiobook Narrators

Baseball Reads

Recommended Reads for Fans of Baseball
Omaha World-Herald

Baseball reads suggested by Omaha Public Library staff in honor of the CWS (College World Series of baseball) currently taking place in Omaha.

Lost Women's Classics

Zora Neale Hurston

Emily Brontë

Belt Revivals

Little Free Library Book Thief

Literary Mysteries

Julija Sukys

Julija Sukys, Book Signing
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
6 p.m.

The Bookworm
2501 S. 90th St., Ste. 111  (90th & Center Streets)
Omaha

Revenge Books

Creation of YA Genre

How America Invented "Young Adult" Fiction for a New Kind of Teenager
Zocalo Public Square from Arizona State University

Working-class Heroes

Lambda Literary Awards

Poetry Reading

Nebraska Presence Poetry Reading & Book Signing
Friday, June 8, 2018
6-7:30 p.m.

Chapters Books & Gifts
548 Seward St.
Seward, NE

Meet the poets Greg Kosmicki, Charlene Neely, Amy Plettner, Marjorie Saiser, Mary K. Stillwell, and Lynn Wake.

Sites Worth a Browse

Nebraska Authors is a new site supported by Lincoln City Libraries, Nebraska Literary Heritage Association, and the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Crime Fiction Lover provides one-stop information for crime and thriller readers.

The Nebraska Golden Sower Award, sponsored by the Nebraska Library Association's School, Children's and Young People's Section, allows Nebraska children to vote from a list of nominees for their favorite picture book, chapter book, and novel annually.

Recent Thrillers

Dead Sea Scrolls

Tolkien's Middle-earth