The Bloody Chamber
This collection of short stories is an offering of familiar fairy tales retold in gorgeous prose with unforgettable visuals. The women are strong and the men, well, are beasts. The … Continued
Horror for Humanists
Just some heavy summer fiction about violence and humanity.
Have you ever wondered about Princess Leia’s childhood? Maybe you’d like to learn a few Jedi mind tricks for yourself? Three different authors rise up to the challenge…
This book had my heart racing; it’s incredibly suspenseful.
Unseen & Underrated: African-American Films
Check out these hidden gems in the African-American film collection, housed in the Music, Film & Audio Department of the Main Library.
Travels in Siberia
“Using a place as punishment may or may not be fair to the people who are punished there, but it always demeans and does a disservice to the place.”
“I was happy in the dream; but when I woke up it was with a feeling that I was falling apart, that I was cracking up from the inside and slowly falling to pieces.”
Moominsummer Madness by Tove Jansson
There’s never a dull moment in Moominvalley. Join the Moomin family and their friends for astounding adventures while discovering the meaning of family along the way.
Andy Warhol Was a Hoarder: Inside the Minds of History’s Great Personalities
Andy Warhol. Albert Einstein. Marilyn Monroe. Claudia Kalb reveals and analyzes the personalities, disorders and habits of history’s creative personalities.
“The Book Was Better…”
Check out the next crop of YA books being adapted into movies in 2016.