CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. The Chappaqua Library assisted The Daily Chappaqua in bringing adults, teens and children the top literary choices for the week.
The books were chosen by adult reference librarians Martha Alcott and Vicki Fuqua, and children's librarian Miriam Budin.
Visit the Chappaqua Library online for more information, or go see them at 195 South Greeley Ave.
Adult FictionThe Borrower by Rebecca MakkaiISBN: 0670022810What the book's about: This smart and funny first novel chronicles an accidental road trip undertaken by a children's librarian and a 10-year-old book lover who decides to run away from home."
Adult NonfictionWendy and the Lost Boys: the Uncommon Life of Wendy Wasserstein by Julie SalamonISBN: 1594202982What the book's about: An exploration of the life of the playwright's most expertly crafted character: herself."
Teen FictionTh1rteen R3asons Why: A Novel by Jay AsherISBN: 1595141715What the book's about: Clay Jensen receives an unexpected package containing cassette tapes sent by a dead friend. An utterly compelling read."
Children's Fiction"The Un-Forgotten Coat" by Frank Cottrell-Boyce.ISBN: 9780763657291What the book's about: "Two Mongolian brothers arrive at a primary school in Liverpool and choose their classmate, Julie, to be their 'Good Guide.' She's happy to accept the challenge, little dreaming how complicated it will become."
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