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This October we have for sale a potpourri of books and educational games, all for the low, low cost of $1 each. Remember, the price goes down even lower to just $.25 each on the 25th of the month.
The September book sale selection is out and ready for you to peruse. This month you’ll be able to choose amongst biography, gardening, health, history, and psychology books for the one (or two or three) that best suit you. Books … Continue reading
Bunk: Reconstruction : voices from America’s first great struggle for racial equality by Brooks D Simpson (editor) E668 .R4245 2018 Main Collection, 3rd floor In Reconstruction: voices from America’s first great struggle for racial equality , Brooks Simpson has organized … Continue reading
Change is underway here at the Andersen Library! In response to the feedback of students and staff, the Andersen Library is revitalizing the second floor space to better serve students’ needs. While this process includes new carpet for the space, … Continue reading
From Drag Queens To Leathermen: Language, Gender, and Gay Male Subcultures by Rusty Barrett PE3727 .G39 B37 2017 New Arrivals , 2nd floor Rusty Barrett’s work serves as a analysis into the way language and gender is expressed within six … Continue reading
With the weather getting warmer, it seems as though summer break is just around the corner. All that stands in the way of a perfect summer break is two more weeks of group projects, presentations, final papers and cumulative exams. … Continue reading
Due to inclement weather tonight’s screening of The Burden of Silence in Hyland Hall has been cancelled. You may check out the library’s copy starting on Monday or view the video on YouTube if you wish: https://youtu.be/jpHwBiMg6mE.
April showers bring May flowers. April snowstorms bring a sale on childrens books! This month’s selection of sale materials is primarily childrens books and leveled readers. Also included are books on lesson planning, games for children, and several Silver Burdette … Continue reading
The boy who loved too much: A true story of pathological friendliness by Jennifer Latson RJ506.W44 L37 2017 New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor Read this for the endearing case of Eli, a boy with Williams syndrome. Caused by a tiny … Continue reading
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel archives are back! The backfiles of this newspaper were digitized over several years as part of a collaboration between the Milwaukee Public Library and the Google Newspaper Archives. They were a popular and free way for … Continue reading