Nancy Pearl is a regular commentator about books on NPR'sMorning Edition and NPR affiliate stations KUOW in Seattle and KWGS in Tulsa.
Nancy Pearl Introduces New Books On The Shelf
Steve Scher and librarian Nancy Pearl explore some of the recently published books at Seattle Public Library's Northeast Branch.
Here's a list of books mentioned in the interview:
- "Lost" by S.J. Bolton
- "Snapper" by Brian Kimberling
- "No Joke: Making Jewish Humor" by Ruth Wisse
- "Constellation of Genius: 1922: Modernism Year One" by Kevin Jackson
- "Camelot’s Court: Inside the Kennedy White House" by Robert Dallek
- "P.G. Wodehouse: A Life in Letters" by P.G. Wodehouse and Sophie Ratcliffe
- "Soul Train: The Music, Dance and Style of a Generation" by Questlove
- "Detroit: An American Autopsy" by Charlie LeDuff
- "The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot" by Robert Macfarlane
- "Brian Eno: Visual Music" by Christopher Scoates
- "On The Trail of Genghis Khan: An epic Journey Through The Lands of the Nomads" by Tim Cope