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BookWise for November 16, 2006 November 20, 2006

Posted by mplibrary in weekly BookWise.
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Special Library Hours During Thanksgiving Week
Tuesday, November 21- 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 22 through Sunday, November 26 – Closed
Monday, November 27 – resume normal hours
Pardon our mess as painting continues in the reference room.

Amy Sullins to Lead Book Discussion Tuesday, November 21st
Amy Sullins of the TWC Education and Psychology department will lead the Noon Book discussion at the E.G. Fisher Public Library on The Glass Castle:  A Memoir by entertainment writer Jeannette Walls.  Read about it in the BookWise blog: https://twcbookwise.wordpress.com/

Free Trials in November
Remember the trial that ends November 30:  http://infoweb.newsbank.com (may work only from on campus) You can try Early American Imprints, Series II. Shaw-Shoemaker (1801-1819) (This is the successor to the Evans collection,1639 – 1800, which we do already have);  Early American Newspapers 1690 – 1922;  American Broadsides (1820-1900) & Ephemera (1760-1900); U.S. Congressional Serial Set (1817-1980); American State Papers (1789-1838).  Let us know if they are useful to you.

What Are You Reading?
“Right now I am reading The Canterbury Tales for my World Lit class, but on my own I am reading Captivating, which is an inspirational book for young ladies, and Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks.  I love romantic novels.  I never liked to read when I was younger but now I love to, because you imagine your own pictures based on the book and your background!! Therefore, I think books can be more personalized than movies.” -Jessica Whitted, student and library assistant

TWC students, faculty, and staff, tell us what you are reading!  You’ll get a cool library button and be entered in the grand prize drawing.  Send your current reading list to library@twcnet.edu.

Quotation of the Week:
“You’re gonna have to serve somebody.” – Bob Dylan

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