NPR Offers Digital Book Concierge
Stumped on what book to buy for the readers on your holiday list? Looking for a new title to discuss for your book club in the new year? NPR can help. The Book Concierge, originally launched in 2013, offers NPR staff’s favorite books of the year based on multiple topics. The collection has been updated for 2014. The app grants the user the ability to mix and match from 26 different categories such as: Eye-Opening Reads, It’s All Geek to Me and Seriously Great Writing, just to name a few. All in all, the app features 250 titles.
Recommendations are gathered from All Things Considered Weekend Host Arun Rath, Code Switch Correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates, London Correspondent Ari Shapiro, TV Critic Eric Deggans, NPR Music writer Ann Powers, as well as go-to librarian Nancy Pearl, Fresh Air book critic Maureen Corrigan and many other trusted NPR readers.
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