25 Books to Remember from 2001
Annotation:An eye-opening chronicle of poverty in New York's infamous neighborhood.
Annotation:A rich, metaphorical novel of Ojibwe history, suffering and survival.
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Books to Remember is an annual list of 25 titles chosen for their ability to provide an informative or transformative reading experience for adults. Selection criteria include literary excellence, aesthetic appeal, uniqueness of concept and command of subject matter. Selected by the following committee from the staff of The New York Public Library: Jennifer Craft, Chair and Michael Hearn, Co-chair, with Stewart Bodner, Joan Jankell, Karenann Jurecki and Michael Watkins. Selected titles appearing on this booklist may be available in recorded, braille or large print versions.