These books at the State Library are too good to miss

Are you looking for a great read?  Well we’ve got some for you.  We’re calling them “books too good to miss.”  In the non-fiction area, while the books did not make the bestseller lists, they were recognized by The New York Times, Publishers Weekly, or Library Journal as “good reads.”  Book titles include City of dreams: the 400 year epic history of immigrant New York by Tyler Anbinder; The limousine liberal: how an incendiary image united the right and fractured America by Steve Fraser and We were feminists once: from Riot Grrrl to Covergirl, the buying and selling of a political movement by Andi Zeisler.

For those of you who love fiction, titles include Edwyn Ivey’s To the bright edge of the world and Martha Hall Kelly’s Lilac girls: a novel.

If we’ve whet your readers appetite, you can find the whole list by clicking here.
Remember, you will need a New Jersey State Library card to check these out.  September is national sign up for a library card month, so I hope you have one of our cards.  Then you have access to check out these books and more great titles from our collections.

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