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If Valentine’s Day was just not your holiday, Mardi Gras might be, and for many people, Mardi Gras is synonymous with New Orleans.
If you can’t make it to the Crescent City for February 28th this year, the following titles will make you feel like you’ve learned something about its complex history and delicious food.
Let's forget about the cold and read about love. Here are some new teen books that deal with crushes, longing, heartbreak, butterflies, and coping with circumstances that keep people apart.
Audacity by Melanie Crowder, about women's labor rights activist Clara Lemlich, was December's book club pick. Members enjoyed the novel in verse format, where the book is written as poetry instead of prose. See below for more YA titles written in verse:
It's Winter Break! Since it's freezing (and probably snowing) outside and you're stuck inside the house, I recommend bundling up in your favorite chair and relaxing with a good book. Here are some of the latest additions to the teen collection:
We all know we shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but with so many new teen books having such eye-catching and unique designs, I don't follow that statement much these days. Each of these covers pulls the reader in, and I can't decide what to read next! Take a look and find something new to read:
The staff of Information Services are celebrating the books that have made an impact, big or small, on their lives this holiday season. Stop by the Information Desk this month to fill out a leaf with the titles you love.
In recognition of Veteran’s Day, here are some novels about the experiences of American veterans in different wars.
This is a sampling of books recently added to the teen collection. Take a look and find something new to read!