We've got some BIG readers working at Superior Public Library! Are you looking for something great to read? Check out our latest Staff Picks and find your next favorite book! If you'd like to request any of the books listed below, click the title and you can request it directly from our library catalog!


Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

"Learn about the Gods of Norse mythology and explore their lives from the beginning of time to Ragnarok. Fans of Rick Riordan's Magnus Chase novels will enjoy reading more about the Norse Gods." -- Linda


What We Carry: A Memoir by Maya Shanbhag Lang

"Part self-discovery, part family history. . . [Lang's] analysis of the shifting roles of mothers and daughters, particularly through the lens of immigration, help[s] to challenge her family’s mythology. . . . Readers interested in examining their own family stories . . . will connect deeply with Lang’s beautiful memoir." -- Library Journal



Walking the Old Road: A People's History of Chippewa City and the Grand Marais Anishinaabe by Staci Lola Drouillard

"Interesting and informative read. A good look at what life for the local Native Americans was like. This book would appeal to anyone who likes Native American or local history" --Judy




The Lincoln Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill America's 16th President⁠—and Why It Failed by Brad Meltzer & Josh Mensch

"The Lincoln Conspiracy is...relentlessly fun to read. Meltzer and Mensch are refreshingly unpretentious authors who prove gifted at providing essential context to the main storyline ― they deftly paint a picture of 19th-century America, taking deep dives into Lincoln's life and the prevailing attitudes toward race and politics at the time. It's an expertly crafted book that seems sure to delight readers with an interest in lesser-known episodes of American history." --- NPR review




Writers & Lovers by Lily King

"At what point do you give up on your dreams?  In this book, Casey, a struggling novelist, grapples with the loss of her mother, the end of a love affair, crushing debt, and self doubt. A must-read for struggling artists." -- Leslie




Becoming RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Journey to Justice by Debbie Levy and Whitney Gardner

"Most people know of RBG, but do you know the whole story? Prepare to be inspired by this bold and courageous feminist icon." -- Kelly




All the Beautiful Lies by Peter Swanson

"Desire, obsession, and deceit all twisted together in a WOW ending. One of my new favorite authors." -- Judy





The World According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney

"Funny series! Will Humphrey the class pet survive his new teacher? Perfect for grades 1-4, and would be a great read-aloud if your young reader is not into chapter books yet." -- Sue




Why We Swim by Bonnie Tsui

"Bonnie Tsui’s Why We Swim is a love letter to swimming . . . In the tradition of memoir writers like Rebecca Solnit, Tsui examines the history of swimming as a sport, a survival skill, and even a martial art . . . Her hybrid memoir and history book traces swimming’s roots around the globe while also looking at how a swim can be a meditative, transformative, and deeply personal activity.” -- Alta