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Picks for Public Libraries—October 2014

Do you feel the need…the need for quality nonfiction titles?  It’s your lucky day because I have the perfect selection list for you!  Brodart’s Picks for Public Libraries is compiled by our Collection Development librarians and features an array of practical nonfiction titles that aren’t likely to be reviewed.  The titles are great selections for public libraries.  Add them to your shelves!   View the entire list here.

Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary ThingsExtraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things by Reader’s DigestThis book will help you discover how to save time and money by using familiar household products to help solve problems.  There are over 2,300 creative uses for items in your pantry, medicine cabinet, wastebasket, and recycling bin.  Learn more and order here.
Taste of Home Ultimate Comfort FoodTaste of Home Ultimate Comfort Food by Reader’s DigestYou’re sure to find the comfort food you enjoy the most in this enormous collection of satisfying recipes from Taste of Home.  The Double-Cheese Mac with Bacon (yum!!!) that you see on the cover is just one of more than 475 home-style recipes to choose from.  Find comfort in the familiar classics that we all love, like the best-ever meatloaf and mashed potatoes, biscuits and gravy, chicken potpie, and more.  Learn more and order here.
The Best Joke BookThe Best Joke Book (Period) by William DonohueThese well-written jokes will keep everyone entertained and laughing for hours.  There’s over a hundred jokes, written by a professional comedian, and include knock-knocks, oneliners, witty puns, and riddles that are sure to impress.  Readers will be armed with the perfect joke for any occasion!  Learn more and order here.
The BluesThe Blues by Mike Evans Author Mike Evans not only traces the history and evolution of the blues through its various styles but also takes readers on a musical journey with profiles of more than fifty great blues artists, recording histories, and more.  Learn more and order here.
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