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New books in the library – September 2015

September 17, 2015-8:38 pm

Get ideas on how to carve your fruits and vegetables in Food Play by Saxton Freymann and Joost Elffers.

Flight from wonder : an investigation of scientific creativity

Check out some of the new arrivals, including this fascinating book, Flight From Wonder : an Investigation of Scientific Creativity.

How is fungi both important and detrimental to humans? Discover this and other scientific discoveries in The Biology Book by Michael C. Gerald.

New ESL Books in the Library

May 01, 2015-7:00 am

We have purchased many new books for our ESL collection this Spring. Here is a highlight of our new additions.

New Books in the Library – April 2015

April 24, 2015-11:07 am

Discover fascinating facts about literary works by Shakespeare, Austen, Tolstoy, Umberto Eco, Prachett, and many, many more in Infographic Guide to Literature.

In Jo Ellison’s words, “one becomes dazzling, amusing, charming, elegant in a gown.” Indulge yourself in the images and stories of gowns featured in Vogue’s The Gown.

New Books in the Library – February 2015

February 20, 2015-2:06 pm

Read this amazing long lost novel by José Saramago, set in late 1940’s Lisbon, Skylight: a novel.

Stung! On jellyfish blooms and the future of the ocean

What comes to mind when you think of jellyfish? Slimy? Dangerous? Beautiful? Find out more in Lisa-ann Gershwin’s book, Stung!

New Books in the Library – November 2014

November 03, 2014-11:08 am

Really? Teachers should give final exam on the first day of class? That is what Benedict Carey suggests in his book, How we learn.