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Orient (New Stuff Tuesday)

Nicholas Gulig won the 2017 Open Book Poetry Competition for the poems in this book. In case his name sounds familiar it might be because you know him from campus. He is an Assistant Professor in the Languages & Literatures … Continue reading

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Dinosaur! (New Stuff Tuesday)

Plus snakes, reptiles, mammals and all kinds of other cool critters of the Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous, and more. The incredibly detailed CG-illustrations alone makes this one neat book! Each two-page spread is dominated by the colorful illustration, labeled with unique … Continue reading

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Little Women (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Since I saw this DVD version of the 2019 movie appear on the New Arrivals shelf, I knew I had to watch it, and how convenient that I can also review it for our devoted blog readers (both of you … Continue reading

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The Librarian of Auschwitz (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Most everyone knows by know the horrible story of Auschwitz and the Holocaust, and in this trying year of 2020, one can be forgiven for passing by a story about that depressing time period in our recent past! But (being … Continue reading

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Chihuly: On Color and Form (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Dale Chihuly is a master glass blower and artist who has created stunning works of blown glass which can be seen in airports, arenas, hospitals, museums, homes, and other environs. From his foray into glass in 1961, he studied at … Continue reading

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Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High (New Stuff Tuesdays)

I’ll come clean, this is not a new book. However, it is one that will serve you immensely for the rest of your life. We have the original edition (2002) online and the 2nd edition (2012) in print. I’ve read … Continue reading

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Long Way Round (New Stuff Tuesdays)

John Hildebrand is an award wining writer who earned his M.F.A at the University of Alaska. Specializing in nonfiction, American Literature and short stories, Hildebrand has made moves in creating a profile dedicated to writing, nature and the histories of … Continue reading

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My first book of haiku poems (New stuff Tuesday)

This beautiful book of haiku poems is just what I needed in these current strange times! Maybe you need it, too? The poems in this book are all originals by Japanese haiku masters. The fully bilingual book actually prints the … Continue reading

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Bring Your Brain to Work (New Stuff Tuesday)

Since presumably 100% of the students at UWW want to make money someday, I expect that most students would also be interested in the subtitle of this book: how to “get a job, do it well, and advance your career.” … Continue reading

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The Giver, 25th anniversary edition (New Stuff Tuesdays)

The classic novel, which many remember from required reading in middle school grades, is just as relevant today, and perhaps even more compelling to read with an adult’s eyes rather than a pre-teen’s. Browsing through the pages still made me … Continue reading

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