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IPG Staff’s Top Picks for 2017 – Fall ›

At IPG, the winding down of long, delightfully warm summer days and the arrival of a chilly Chicago fall means two things: 1)  at least we’ll have more time to read and 2) a new catalog season!
Here, our staff shares some of their favorite picks from the Fall 2017 season.
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#BookLoversDay: IPG’s Favorite Childhood Books ›

In a very fitting follow up to #InternationalCatDay yesterday, today is National Book Lover’s Day (#BookLoversDay)! We figured we’d take a little twist on the day and share what our favorite books were as children.
Let us know your favorite childhood books on our Twitter page!

 
      
Love You Forever by Robert Munsch and Two Bad Ants by Chris … Read More »

IPG Staff’s Most Anticipated Books of 2017 – Spring ›

With the arrival of every new year comes a special day for every IPG staffer—New Catalog Day. As a freshly-printed copy is placed on each desk, we eagerly await the chance to flip through and see what the upcoming season has in store.
Most of us have been familiar with these titles at least since they were … Read More »

10 Banned Books that Shaped Our World: IPG Staff Picks ›

Some of our modern age’s most meaningful, trenchant, and beautiful books have at one time or another been banned. Last week, the book community at large came together to celebrate Banned Books Week—a week of celebrating the freedom to read. Here, the IPG staff picks the books that resonated most with them.

 
Enjoy our top picks and remember—#readindependently!

 

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
—Leanna … Read More »

10 Books to Read This Summer: IPG Staff’s Top Picks ›

At any given time here at IPG, we are marketing, selling, and distributing over 80,000 different titles. With so many books right at our fingertips, it’s hard not to pick our favorites! Here, some of our trusted IPG staff, as well as staff from our in-house publishers Chicago Review Press and Triumph Books, tell us their … Read More »