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.
It’s the perfect time to curl up with a spine-chilling mystery or scary story, and we’ve picked out 11 creepy books to help you get in the spirit.
These period dramas, featuring generations of families, are getting us ready for September 20, when the Crawley family finally appears on the big screen.
Our children don’t always know how to express their emotions–and we don’t always know how to respond to their behavior. Marc Brackett has the tools to help families navigate this fundamental problem in his book Permission to Feel.
From international blockbusters to hidden gems, these classic legal thrillers deliver unbeatable courtroom drama without requiring you to report for jury duty.
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.
Celadon talked with North about his writing routine, father-son relationships, and the incredible buzz around this disturbing psychological thriller.
The independent bookstore owner shares about the book that inspired a river trip and what your bookclub should be reading.
Something Wicked This Way Comes: 8 Scary Books to Read on Halloween Ghosts and vampires and murderers, oh my! The best reading list for this haunted holiday season. By Erin McReynolds Pet Semetary by Stephen King Of all of Stephen King's novels, this has got to be the stone-cold scariest. A nice doctor moves his wife [...]
Team Celadon does a lot of reading. When we’re not poring over manuscript submissions to find the page-turners of the future, we’re digging into our own must-read lists.
This month our picks are taking us to New York City’s kitchens, a California women’s prison, 1930s Harlem, the city streets of Kenya, and 500 years of American history. If you’re looking for your next book, try one of these reads:
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.
In this series, learn directly from booksellers themselves what reads they’re devouring, titles to watch out for, and what makes their store a cornerstone of their town. In this installment, Book Passage’s Luisa Smith reveals how the Corte Madera, CA, store runs 900 events per year, and how the store’s Science and Nature section holds the best surprises.
When you read books for a living, your standout reads are sure to captivate fellow book-lovers. Here, we get the biggest readers we know to share their best books of all time. This time, president and co-publisher of Celadon Books Jamie Raab shares her must-read books, including short stories, unforgettable depictions of childhood, and more.
When you read books for a living, your standouts are likely to captivate fellow book-lovers. Here, we get the biggest readers we know to share their best book lists of all time.
This time, Vice President and Co-Publisher of Celadon Books, Deb Futter, describes the postwar journeys, passionate romances, and tales that canvass far-flung lands and lives that top her must-have books list.
Johnson County Library Information Specialist Gregg Winsor talked with Celadon about which books are flying off shelves in Johnson County, Kansas.
The Silent Patient is the gripping tale of Alicia Berenson, a happily married artist who murders her husband and never speaks again. Forensic psychotherapist Theo Faber sets out to unravel the mystery of Alicia’s notorious crime and quickly discovers that nothing about her case is as clear-cut as it seems.
Set in the fall of 1957, Chip Cheek’s mesmerizing debut novel Cape May is the story of Henry and Effie, two young newlyweds from Georgia who arrive in Cape May, New Jersey for their honeymoon only to find the beach town deserted.
When we’re not pouring through manuscript submissions, we’re tackling our to-be-read list. This month, we’re paging through a selection of compulsively readable thrillers and true crime, books-turned-into-films, lauded award-winners and finalists, and modern literary classics.