When you need a book recommendation, go to the experts. Celadon asks the nation’s best librarians about current book trends and what to check out.
Adult & Community Engagement librarian Lori Hench of the Baltimore County Public Library talks to Celadon about the books that have impacted her the most.
Librarian Annice Sevett at the Albert Lea Public Library in Minnesota talks about local book trends, go-to title recommendations, and her last great read.
Readers’ advisory expert Becky Spratford sounds off on independent bookstores, a parallel-universe Nobel laureate, and how librarians learn to connect you with the books you love.
Librarian Daryl Maxwell at the Los Angeles Public Library talked with Celadon about impactful Science Fiction, recommending the perfect book, and diversity in publishing.
The importance of diversity in children’s books, a memoir told as a graphic novel, and the one book about San Francisco everyone should read.
Librarian Andrienne Cruz at the Azusa Public Library in Azusa, California, talked with Celadon about what she reads, the book everyone is checking out, and the novel she recommends to patrons in doubt.
Assistant Director Vicki Nesting at the St. Charles Parish Library outside of New Orleans talked with Celadon about the “twisty, psychological thrillers” that are captivating her town’s readers.
Johnson County Library Information Specialist Gregg Winsor talked with Celadon about which books are flying off shelves in Johnson County, Kansas.