June 2018 LibraryReads: Top Ten Books Librarians Love

Posted on Monday, June 25, 2018 by Kat

LibraryReads logoI’m excited to share these LibraryReads with you so you can start your summer off right! There’s a great variety, including thrillers, romances and mysteries. We even get a new book from the ever-popular Fredrik Backman! Take a peek at these newly-published librarian favorites:

 

Little Big Love book coverLittle Big Love
by Katy Regan

“A portrait of a family and a boy’s search for the father who left them, told from multiple perspectives with authentic, likeable characters.”
~Kimberly McGee, Lake Travis County Library, Austin, TX

 

 

The Word if Murder book coverThe Word is Murder
by Anthony Horowitz

“A playful commentary on the mystery genre itself and the first in a promising new series. The author, Horowitz, plays the part of the narrator, and gets caught up in solving a murder with Daniel Hawthorne, an out-of-work detective.”
~Amy Whitfield, Wake County Public Libraries, Cary, NC

 

There There book coverThere There
by Tommy Orange

“A large cast of interwoven characters depicts the experience of Native Americans living in urban settings. Perfect for readers of character-driven fiction with a strong sense of place.”
~Abby Johnson, New Albany-Floyd County Public Library, New Albany, IN

 

Us Against You book coverUs Against You
by Fredrik Backman

“The citizens of Beartown are about to lose their beloved hockey team and their rivals could not be happier. The narrator has you wondering who is going to die and why events occur as they do.”
~Gail Christensen, Kitsap Regional Library, Bremerton, WA

 

And here are the rest of the favorites for June: