BOOKS ARE no exception to the meticulous re-creation of the 1960s advertising world in "Mad Men" - and a local librarian has been paying attention.
The paperback Betty Draper pored over in the bathtub while trying to soak away suspicions that Don's cheating. The book Sally reads to her grandpa Gene at bedtime. The Japanese cultural history tome that everyone in the agency is forced to read.
Billy Parrott, 41, manager of the New York Public Library's Battery Park City branch, has included these books and more in his "Mad Men Reading List."