The Indonesia Reader, edited by Tineke Hellwig and Eric Tagliacozzo, is reviewed in this month's Library Journal. The reviewer writes: "Reading [this] book is like exploring an eclectic, brightly colored museum-and leaving with a multifaceted understanding of one nation's history and cultures. . . . The primary sources included here are the book's gems; they range from fifth-century stone pillars and writings by travelers throughout many centuries to fiction, newspaper articles, manifestos, and more in the 20th and 21st centuries." The Indonesia Reader is the first in our new series The World Readers. Look for The Native Alaska Reader later this year and The Russia Reader in 2010.