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- October  - spooky reads!
- July  - some good audiobooks!
- June  - Children's stories with characters that are humorous, lovable, and full of fun and mischief.
- May  - Science fiction by women authors.
- April  - Poetry: recent works and a few old favorites.
- March  - Gothic fiction.
- February  - Graphic novels and fiction featuring African-American protagonists and authors.
- January  - 15 books to carry you through the winter.
- December  - Teen books featuring people of color as protagonists.
- November  - Books set in the British Isles.
- October  - The interplay between reality and fiction, art and life, and the real world and the world of dreams.
- September  - Some formative favorites.
- Summer  - Poetry and thrillers.
- May  - Fantasy and science fiction (and more).
- April  - Young Adult and New Adult genre stories.
- March  - Humorous mysteries, historical fiction and mysteries, children's and teen literature with quirky characters, romantic comedies and suspense.
- February  - Minnesota authors and books set in Minnesota.
- January  - Anders from George Latimer Central Library picks 20 fun favorites.
- December  - Fiction about the immigrant experience.
- November  - Amy from Merriam Park picks some favorites.
- October  - Mara from Merriam Park (and Hennepin County Library!) picks her favorites.
- September  - Novels set in the Southwest.
- August - 25 books you might enjoy, selected by the library's Reader's Advisory Committee
- July - We like big books.
- May - Middle-grade and young adult literature.
- April  - Books about mountain climbing.
- March  - The "double-take list": amusing titles that need to be investigated further.
- February - Quirky characters and novels.
- January  - Karen from Rice Street reads 11 books from her home bookshelves.
- November/December  - Humorous travel memoirs, Minnesota Book Award authors, and other recommended titles.
- October  - "Teen" books for adults / "Adult" books for teens.
- August/September  - Book club suggestions.
- July  - "If Only They Could Talk" -- books with nonhuman narrators.
- May/June  - "Tartan noir" and Scottish mysteries
- April  - "Find a Book on Facebook" suggestions.
- March  - Mystery and travel.
- February  - Staff favorites.
- January  -Science fiction and fantasy.
- December  - Books for winter.
- November  - Young adult nonfiction that both teens and adults will love.
- October  - Steampunk books.
- August/September  - Favorite "local" books.
- July  - "Foodie" books.
- June  - First books in some favorite book series.
- April/May  - Spring reads.
- March  - Scandinavian mysteries.