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Learning Commons & Library Book Displays

Browse our current book displays virtually!

June 2021 Best Sellers

All that she carried : the journey of Ashley's sack, a black family keepsake
The beauty of living twice
Bestiary : a novel
The betrayals
Fast burn! : the power of negative energy balance
The hill we climb : an inaugural poem for the country
Homeland elegies : a novel
The light of days : the untold story of women resistance fighters in Hitler's ghettos
Is there still sex in the city?
On the house : a Washington memoir
The secret recipe for moving on
Sunflower sisters : a novel
The way of integrity : finding the path to your true self
Your turn : how to be an adult

June is Rainbow Book Month!

Rainbow Book Month GraphicJoin us as we celebrate the authors and writings of LGBTQIA+ literature!

We selected titles from our Best Sellers Collection, which features new books by popular authors!

The magic fish
Memorial : a novel
In at the deep end
The female persuasion
The black flamingo
In the dream house : a memoir
As far as you'll take me
The red scrolls of magic
Infinity son


American Libraries Magazine article - By the Numbers: JuneteenthOn June 19, 1865, General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, and announced the enslaved were now free. We celebrate the anniversary of this day as Juneteenth (also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day).

The library staff have selected a few titles on display in the Learning Commons (& here on our virtual display shelf!) to honor those who fought to end slavery and to support those raising the issues of our nation today. 

Stamped : racism, antiracism, and you
We were eight years in power : an American tragedy
The prophets : a novel
The vanishing half
The water dancer : a novel
Jefferson's daughters : three sisters, white and black, in a young America
Modern Medea : a family story of slavery and child-murder from the Old South
Harriet Tubman : the road to freedom
A slave no more : two men who escaped to freedom : including their own narratives of emancipation
My face is black is true : Callie House and the struggle for ex-slave reparations
His promised land : the autobiography of John P. Parker, former slave and conductor on the underground railroad
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