Check out this selection of the most anticipated fiction books of fall 2016, as selected by Publishers Weekly. This list includes Fiction, Mystery/Thriller/Crime, and Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror titles. The complete list, including nonfiction titles can be found on the Publishers Weekly web site.
We regret to announce that, effective October 1st, magazines will no longer be available in Wisconsin's Digital Library. In July, OverDrive terminated its partnership with Barnes and Noble, which provides NOOK Periodicals for Wisconsin's Digital Library.
We are working with another vendor and hope to have online magazines available again at the beginning of the new year. We will make an announcement on InfoSoup as soon as we know more. We appreciate your use of Wisconsin's Digital Library, and we are very sorry for this inconvenience.
Each month, Read On Wisconsin highlights a great selection of books for kids and teens. The 2016 -2017 School Year lists are now available. You can se our Read On Wisconsin page to help you find these titles in InfoSoup, or visit the Read on Wisconsin web site to learn more about the program and the titles selected.
InfoSoup historic digital collections (formerly InfoSoup Memory Project) can now be accessed through the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). Along with collections from InfoSoup libraries, some 400,000 records representing photographs, books, maps, artifacts and other historical resources from more than 200 Wisconsin libraries, archives, historical societies and museums are also now part of DPLA. Resources in DPLA can be found searching InfoSoup. After entering your search terms, click on the Articles Tab and then select Digital Public Library of America from the database list. Local resources can also be found by searching directly on the DPLA web site or by visiting Recollection Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s partnership with DPLA is coordinated by Recollection Wisconsin, a collaborative initiative of WiLS, Wisconsin Historical Society, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee Public Library and Marquette University.
Also checkout this Welcome, Wisconsin post from DPLA.
Finding DPLA Resources in InfoSoup
- Enter a search in InfoSoup. DPLA is a large database, so the more precise the search the better (e.g. "Door County Wisconsin" will get better results than just "Door County").
- Select the Articles Tab.
- Select Digital Public Library of America from the database list.
A good story doesn’t have to be fiction. Compelling memoirs are good stories that offer readers the chance to experience adventure, tragedy, triumph, and more. This list of Memorable Memoirs comes from reviews in Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews and are noted as some of the best from the first half of 2016.
If you are still looking for a few more summer reads, check out some of these recommendations from Wisconsin and Minnesota Public Radio. Daniel Goldin, owner of the Boswell Book Company in Milwaukee, recently shared his Summer Reading List on the Kathleen Dunn show on Wisconsin Public Radio. All this summer, Minnesota Public Radio is presenting the "Take it to the Lake" summer fiction series, which includes interviews (added throughout the summer) with the authors of the selected titles.