Thursday, November 14, 2013
Dee Perry opens the phones for a special Holiday Book call-in show as she welcomes a trio of bookworms to discuss the latest fiction and non-fiction releases. Joining Dee are Suzanne DeGaetano from Mac's Backs on Coventry, Bob Ethington from the Akron-Summit County Public Library and Wendy Bartlett from the Cuyahoga County Public Library.
Suzanne DeGaetano, Mac’s Backs
Robert Ethington, Akron-Summit County Public Library
Wendy Bartlett, Cuyahoga County Public Library
BOB ETHINGTON’s Book List:
Matt Zoller Seitz: THE WES ANDERSON COLLECTION
Robert Hilburn: JOHNNY CASH - THE LIFE
Mark Lewisohn: THE BEATLES - ALL THESE YEARS, Vol. 1
Colum McCann: TRANSATLANTIC - A Novel
Alice Munro: DEAR LIFE - Stories
Mike Tyson: UNDISPUTED TRUTH - A Memoir
Doris Kearns Goodwin: THE BULLY PULPIT - THEODORE ROOSEVELT, WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF JOURNALISM
Billy Collins: AIMLESS LOVE - NEW AND SELECTED POEMS
Jesmyn Ward: MEN WE REAPED - A Memoir
PG Wodehouse: (Anything! - But begin with RIGHT HO, JEEVES, or COCKTAIL TIME)
WENDY BARTLETT’S Book List:
Graeme Simsion: THE ROSIE PROJECT
John Searles: HELP FOR THE HAUNTED
Jo Baker: LONGBOURN
Lyndsay Faye: GODS OF GOTHAM AND SEVEN ON A SECRET
Diane Setterfeld: BELLMAN AND BLACK
Scott Anderson: LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
A. Scott Berg: WILSON
SUZANNE DEGAETANO’S Book List:
Colum McCann: TRANSATLANTIC
Dave Eggers: THE CIRCLE
Sheri Fink : FIVE DAYS AT MEMORIAL
Michael Shumacher: NOVEMBER’S FURY: THE DEADLY GREAT LAKES HURRICANE OF 1913
David Henry & Joe Henry Algonquin: FURIOUS COOL: RICHARD PRYOR AND THE WORLD THAT MADE HIM
Jesmyn Ward: MEN WE REAPED
James Swanson: END OF DAYS
Francine Mathews: JACK 1939
Allie Brosh: HYPERBOLE AND A HALF: UNFORTUNATE SITUATIONS, FLAWED COPING MECHANISMS, MAYHEM, AND OTHER THINGS THAT HAPPENED
John Green-The Fault in Our Stars
Martin and Martin-Anton and Cecil : Cats at Sea
Cindy Williams Chima- The Enchanter Heir
Cornelia Funke- Ghost Night
Tony Horwitz -Confederates in the Attic
Sue Monk Kidd-The Secret Life of Bees
Graham Nash-Wild Tales
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