The Best Books of 2014

Wow…. 2015!

Now that you’ve had a chance to settle into the new year here’s a great resource from NPR to explore some of the best books of 2014 — Plenty of nice filters to help you narrow your browsing. Catch up with ones you’ve missed before the new years’ offerings start piling up on your nightstand. And once you’ve finished up with 2014 you can delve even further back.

NPR’s Book Concierge

Did you find some of your favorites here?
If not, what did you like best?

And if this isn’t enough, here’s another great list of resources to help you figure out what to read next and what was great in 2014

Happy Reading!


Dan is currently the director of the Fanwood (NJ) Memorial Library. Since he accepted that position in 1997 he has dramatically taken this small suburban library into the 21st century with improvements in facilities, staffing and service. He has served locally, regionally and state wide on many civic and library related committees and boards. In his current position Dan gets to do it all, from overseeing web development, graphics design and renovations, to public relations and fund-raising, all while being the go-to-guy for overflowing toilets and salting the front walk. With his colleague, Meg Kolaya, Dan started the consulting firm Library Connections that developed the nationally recognized and award-winning Libraries and Autism: We’re Connected project. They produced a customer service training video (updated in 2014) and website primarily for library staff to help them serve individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families more effectively. Dan and Meg have given many customer service and autism workshop presentations and keynote addresses, participated in conferences, taught online courses and consulted both locally and around the United States. After hours, Dan continues his varied music career, now with well over 50 years of performing, singing and playing the guitar. He loves all kinds of music with a special fondness for vocalists (Hank Williams, Ray Charles, Billie Holiday and George Jones), bluegrass, honky-tonk, and acoustic roots country. Check to find out where to hear him next.

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