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Go Big: Big Read at the Andersen Library

As we proceed through April, the Big Read continues its strong presence here at the Andersen Library! This month long event, created in partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Midwest, encourages communities to come together and … Continue reading

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Young Adults Read — One of Us Is Lying

We are injected into the lives of four students who are unjustly called to detention in One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus. These four students could not be more different: A “know it all”, a “bad boy”, the … Continue reading

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Young Adults Read — Turtles All the Way Down

Finally! For all you John Green fans, his new book, Turtles All The Way Down, is here! For those of you who are not yet fans or have never read John Green, this one is a great starter to his … Continue reading

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Warhawk Book Talks – April & May

  Ever wonder what your faculty or colleagues are reading? Here’s your chance to find out! Warhawk Book Talks is a series where professors, staff, and students at UW-W talk about their favorite books! Alvaro Taveira, Euphoria; Stiff Laura Porterfield, … Continue reading

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Warhawk Book Talks – March

Ever wonder what your faculty or colleagues are reading? Here’s your chance to find out! Warhawk Book Talks is a series where professors, staff, and students at UW-W talk about their favorite books! George Savage, Amusing Ourselves to Death Andy … Continue reading

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Warhawk Book Talks – Feb.

Ever wonder what your faculty or colleagues are reading? Here’s your chance to find out! Warhawk Book Talks is a series where professors, staff, and students at UW-W talk about their favorite books! Ozalle Toms, Freedom Writers Diary Steve Anderson, … Continue reading

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Warhawk Book Talks – Jan.

Ever wonder what your faculty or colleagues are reading? Here’s your chance to find out! Warhawk Book Talks is a series where professors, staff, and students at UW-W talk about their favorite books! Daniel Holly, Dune Todd Loushine, Motivation & … Continue reading

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Warhawk Book Talks – Nov. & Dec.

Ever wonder what your faculty or colleagues are reading? Here’s your chance to find out! Warhawk Book Talks is a series where professors, staff, and students at UW-W talk about their favorite books! John Kozlowicz, Ringside Seat Richard Harris, Redeployment … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Truly Madly Guilty

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty PR9619.4.M67 T78 2016 Browsing Collection, Books, 2nd floor Australian Liane Moriarty’s recently released latest novel is about a barbecue and is also near the pinnacle of the New York Times Best Sellers list this … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See is a wonderfully moving novel was 10 years in the making and was well worth the wait. Continue reading

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