Molly Wetta

Molly Wetta is a feminist Gemini vegetarian librarian. She is employed by a public library in a liberal Midwestern college town selecting young adult literature, media, and graphic novels while also managing the library's Twitter and Tumblr, which is fortunate, as her aspirations of being a professor of Buffy Studies didn't pan out. When not working, she is most likely reading existential Russian novels, regency romances, comics, queer YA, or cereal boxes. Sometimes she finds time to volunteer at her local domestic violence shelter or watch CW shows on Netflix with her cats: Spike, Angel, and Furiosa. Challenge her to a game of Candyland or Risk at your own peril, as she is a very competitive player of board games. Blog: wrappedupinbooks.org Twitter: @molly_wetta

Vegetarian Cookbooks Even Carnivores Will Love

Vegetarian cookbooks for meat eaters, herbivores, and everyone in between!

12 Mythology-Inspired Young Adult Novels

There's something for every fan of mythology in this eclectic list of YA novels inspired by myths and legends.

New Maurice Sendak Picture Book Discovered

Annual Reminder that Graphic Novels are “Real” Reading

Yes, reading graphic novels and comics "count," and yes, you should let your kids read them.

Andy Weir’s New Novel Artemis Hits Shelves This November

Andy Weir announces his next book (which already has a movie deal!)

An Interview with Laini Taylor, Author of Strange the Dreamer

We talk fantasy, politics, and and librarianship with Laini Taylor, author of Daughter of Smoke and Bone and the new book Strange the Dreamer.

Watch the New WONDER WOMAN Origin Trailer

It's heerrreeee!

11 Of The Best Mexican Authors To Read Right Now

Excellent writers from Mexico to read right now.

Blind Date with a Book: Young Adult Edition

Click on whatever description interests you most, and get reading!

A Russian History Reading List

A guide to learning about Russian history, from the revolution to Putin.

Watch Elisabeth Moss in Trailer for Hulu’s THE HANDMAID’S TALE

The New York Times Bestseller Lists Have Become Even More Irrelevant

Changes in the New York Times bestseller lists make it less useful to readers.

March: Book 3 Wins Record 4 Honors in American Library Association Book Awards

March: Book 3 by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell just won quite a few awards.

Dispatches from Library Land: January 2016

Display ideas, helpful lists, and news from the land of public libraries!

Books for Word Nerds

Books for grammar lovers and other word nerds.