“Eh, you work in a library? You must read a lot.”
Well, probably not any more than you do. But it sure is nice to be surrounded by stacks of books and media all day!
Here’s what some of us have borrowed lately:
Merchants of doubt : how a handful of scientists obscured the truth on issues from tobacco smoke to global warming. Oreskes, Naomi. Bloomsbury Press, 2010. (at ARC and on order at SCC)
Ready player one : a novel. Ernest Cline. Crown Publishers, 2011. (at the Sacramento Public Library)
The Songlines. Chatwin, Bruce. Viking, 1987. (ARC, CRC, and SCC have it.)
Oryx And Crake : A Novel. Atwood, Margaret. Nan A. Talese, 2003. (ARC, CRC, and SCC have it.)
Caleb’s Crossing. Brooks, Geraldine. Viking, 2011. (at SCC)
Remarkable Creatures : Epic Adventures In The Search For The Origins Of Species. Carroll, Sean B. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009. (ARC and SCC)
Marvel’s The Avengers [videorecording]. (at the Sacramento Public Library; there are holds.)
Miss representation [videorecording]. (at the Sacramento Public Library; more holds.)
Dancing with the stars. Cardio dance for weight loss [videorecording]. (at the Sacramento Public Library; more holds..)
Leave a comment: What will you read or watch over winter break?