Books Read in 2013

89. “The Machiavellian Librarian: Winning allies, combating budget cuts, and influencing stakeholders” by Melissa K. Aho and Erika Bennett

88. “A Matter of Rats: A Short Biography of Patna” by Amitava Kumar

87. “Dog Songs: Poems” by Mary Oliver

86. “Baby’s First Mythos” by CJ Henderson and Erica Henderson

85. “Curtsies and Conspiracies” by Gail Carriger

84. “A Very Klingon Khristmas” by Paul Ruditis and Illustrated by Patrick Faricy

83. “Doctor Who: Nothing O’clock: The Eleventh Doctor” by Neil Gaiman

82. “After Dead” by Charlaine Harris

81. “Doctor Who: The Mystery of the Haunted Cottage: The Tenth Doctor” by Derek Landy

80. “Fiddler in the Darkness” by David Gutterman and Illustrated by Elwira Pawlikowska-Modzelewska

79. “Littlest Lovecraft Presents: The Call of Cthulhu” by Tro Rex and Illustrated by Eyona Bella

78. “Carnaby Street’s Great Uninvited: Around the World in 80 Years” by Safia Shah and Illustrated by Mark Reeve

77. “Enders Game” by Orson Scott Card

76. “Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative” by Austin Kleon

75. “The Wit and Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister” by George R.R. Martin

74. “Guided Flight Discovery: Private Pilot” by Jeppesen

73. “Much Ado About Nothing” by Joss Whedon and William Shakespeare

72. “Lucy and the Anvil” by Adam Kline and Brian Taylor

71. “The Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword” by George R.R. Martin

70. “Doctor Who: The Beast of Babylon: Ninth Doctor” by Charlie Higson

69. “The Ice Dragon” by George R.R. Martin

68. “The Hedge Knight” by George R.R. Martin

67. “The Future of Scholarly Communication” Edited by Deborah Shorley and Michael Jubb

66. “Who Killed Amanda Palmer” by Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman

65. “Three Things You Need to Know About Rockets: A Real-Life Scottish Fairy Tale” by Jessica A. Fox

64. “The Cruel Way: Switzerland to Afghanistan in a Ford, 1939” by Ella K. Maillart

63. “Undead and Unsure” by Mary Janice Davidson

62. “Fortunately, the Milk” by Neil Gaiman

61. “Thomas Jefferson Builds a Library” by Barb Rosenstock and Illustrated by John O’Brien

60. “A Stray in the Woods” by Alison Wilgus

59. “A Dance With Dragons” by George R.R. Martin

58. “A Feast for Crows” by George R.R. Martin

57. “A Storm of Swords” by George R.R. Martin

56. “Happy End” by Dietmar Eckell

55. “A Clash of Kings” by George R.R. Martin

54. “Using Mobile Technology to Deliver Library Services: A Handbook” by Andrew Walsh

53. “Journey” by Aaron Becker

52. “A Game of Thrones” by George R. R. Martin

51. “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead” by Sheryl Sandberg

50. “Flying Solo: How Ruth Elder Soared into America’s Heart” by Julie Cummings and Illustrated by Malene Laugesen

49. “Daredevil: The Daring Life of Betty Skelton” by Meghan McCarthy

48. “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” by Neil Gaiman

47. “Lost Oasis: In Search of Paradise” by Robert Twigger

46: “The Bookshop Strikes Back” by Ann Patchett

45. “To the Moon and Timbuktu: A Trek Through the Heart of Africa” by Nina Sovich

44. “To Timbuktu for a Haircut: A Journey Through West Africa” by Rick Antonson

43. “The Art of Non-Conformity: Set Your Own Rules, Live the Life You Want and Change the World” by Chris Guillebeau

42. “Fleeing Herod: A Journey Though Coptic Egypt with the Holy Family” by James Cowan

41. “Abraham’s Ashes: The Absurdity of Monotheism” by Peter Heinegg

40. “The $100 Startup: Reinvesting the Way You Make A Living, Do What You Love, and Create a new Future” by Chris Guillebeau

39. “Make Good Art” by Neil Gaiman

38. “Life on Mars: Poems” by Tracy K. Smith

37. “All Roads Lead to Austen: A Yearlong Journey with Jane” by Amy Elizabeth Smith

36. “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” by Neil Gaiman

35. “Doctor Who: The Roots of Evil: Fourth Doctor: 50th Anniversary” by Philip Reeve

34. “Doctor Who: The Spear of Destiny: Third Doctor: 50th Anniversary” by Marcus Sedgwick

33. “Learning From Libraries That Use WordPress: Content-Management System Best Practices and Case Studies” by Kyle M.L. Jones and Polly-Alida Farrington

32. “Dead Ever After” by Charlaine Harris

31. “This is Not My Hat” by Jon Klassen

30. “Fast Times in Palestine: A Love Affair with a Homeless Homeland” by Pamela Olson

29. “Vader’s Little Princess” by Jeffrey Brown

28. “Chasing the Divine in the Holy Land” by Ruth Everhart

27. “Lights, Camera, Travel! On-the-Road Tales from Screen Storytellers” edited by Andrew McCarthy and Don George

26. “Dr Who: Summer Falls” by Amelia Williams

25. “Timeless” by Gail Carriger

24. “My Ideal Bookshelf” by Jane Mount and Thessaly La Force

23. “Animal Helpers Sanctuaries” by Jennifer Keats Curtis

22. “Heartless” by Gail Carriger

21. “Blameless” by Gail Carriger

20. “Changeless” by Gail Carriger

19. “Doctor Who: The Nameless City: Second Doctor: 50th Anniversary” by Michael Scott

18. “Undead and Underwater” by Mary Janice Davidson

17. “Soulless” by Gail Carriger

16. “Etiquette and Espionage” by Gail Carriger

15. “Handwriting” by Michael Ondaatje

14. “Mrs. Hudson’s Case” by Laurie R. King

13. “Laurie R. King’s Sherlock Holmes” by Laurie R. King

12. “100 Best Loved Poems” edited by Philip Smith

11. “Ghost Writer” by Tim Mackintosh-Smith

10. “Chu’s Day” by Neil Gaiman and Illustrated by Adam Rex

9. “HomoEvolutis: Please Meet the Next Human Species” by Juan Enriquez and Steve Gullan

8. “Google This! Putting Google and Other Social Media Sites to Work for Your Library” by Terry Ballard

7. “Doctor Who: A Big Hand for the Doctor: First Doctor: 50th Anniversary” by Eoin Colfer

6. “The Song of the Quarkbeast” by Jasper Fforde

5. “The Mystery of the Hanging Garden of Babylon: An Elusive World Wonder Traced” by Stephanie Dalley

4. “The Last Dragonslayer” by Jasper Fforde

3. “Lies, Knives and Girls in Red Dresses” by Ron Koertge and Illustrated by Andrea Dezso

2. “Doctor Who: Devil in the Smoke” by Justin Richards

1. “Doctor Who: The Angel’s Kiss: A Melody Malone Mystery” by Justin Richards