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  • 12 Gripping (And New-ish) True Crime Reads

    By Emily Pullen, Reader Services Coordinator | May 16, 2022
    Looking for unfamiliar true crime? These riveting stories have all been published in the past few years, many just in the past few months.
  • Nine New Inspiring (And Tea-Spilling) Celebrity Memoirs

    By Carrie McBride, Communications | May 12, 2022
    Filled with vulnerability and personal truths, these memoirs highlight the authors' struggles as they've faced loss, change, and doubt.
  • AAPI Picture Book Recommendations from the Teen Reading Ambassadors

    By Rachel Roseberry, Manager, Young Adult Literacy Programs | May 11, 2022
    These books from AAPI authors and illustrators showcase multiple identities, experiences, and traditions.
  • Gear Up for a Great Read: Pulitzer-Winning Books of 2022

    By Carrie McBride, Communications | May 9, 2022
    The honored books include a comedic campus novel, a powerful story of poverty and resilience, and a sweeping history of Cuba.
  • 11 Memoirs That Shine the Spotlight on Mothers

    By Emily Pullen, Reader Services Coordinator | May 5, 2022
    Relationships with mothers are complex, and these memoirs examine both the beauty and the heartbreak. 
  • Bronx-Raised: 10 Memoirs

    By Carrie McBride, Communications | May 4, 2022
    Born at different times and in different neighborhoods, the authors below were indelibly shaped by their childhoods in the Bronx.
  • Five YA Novels Set in the Bronx

    By Cierra Bland, Social Media Manager | May 4, 2022
    Head uptown for these stories of young people learning and growing in the Bronx. 
  • Readalikes for Popular #BookTok Titles

    By Liz Baldwin, Adult Librarian | May 4, 2022
    Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL)
    Looking for a good read without a wait? Or you've read through the latest #BookTok and need something new? Here are some suggestions.
  • Endearing YA Romances for Fans of Heartstopper

    By Carrie McBride, Communications | May 3, 2022
    Smitten by Heartstopper? Here are more heartfelt and affirming reads that highlight the sweetness of young love.
  • Nine New Fiction Reads by Asian American Women

    By NYPL Staff | April 29, 2022
    These authors draw on the cultures of China, India, Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines—and their lives in the U.S.—to tell these stories.