September’s Book Displays

 

We all remember September as the official end of summer and back to school, which is the theme for the third floor book display. Welcome Back to School displays books with advice and guidance for both students and parents on how to get the most from the school experience. Some topics covered are suggestions for term papers and projects, help for the poor reader, and different styles of learning.

The health book display, also on the third floor, is September isProstate Health-Pain Awareness-Cholesterol Education.  There are lots of books for each of the three topics and handouts with plenty of information. So if you or someone you care about needs help for one of these disorders, come check out the display.

 

 

On the main floor the first display is The Great American Read, an inclusive collection of the great American classics. Many of these books you might already have read, but would enjoy rereading. Many of these books were made into films, such as Gone With the Wind, Game of Thrones, The Help, The Da Vinci Code, The Great Gatsby and many more.

 

 

 From Blog to Book-(every blogger’s dream). In this digital age many people are posting their ideas, knowledge, and experience on blogs. A blogger’s success is measured in part by the number of his or her followers. This display is of popular bloggers who have written books on their area of expertise.

 

 

 

The themes for the two mini displays are:

In Remembrance of Burt Reynolds, an American actor, director and producer. (February 11, 1936 to September 6, 2018). There is a display of his movies on DVD.

Bel Canto by Anne Patchett is now on film to be released in theaters on September 14, 2018.

-posted by Betty, Reference Services

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