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Virtual Library Book Displays

Check out our virtual book displays curated by student employees and librarians.

Handpicked for the Holidays!

This month we asked our devoted staff members to hand pick their favorite fictional books for the display! Enjoy reading through our personalized list- there's a lot of awesome suggestions!

Virtual Book Display: eBooks

Dinner with Osama

Associate and Cataloging Librarian, Megan, chooses this collection of witty and interesting short stories as political satire for a fun and thoughtful read!

His Dark Materials: the Golden Compass, the Subtle Knife, and the Amber Spyglass

Visiting Librarian for Systems & Tech Support, Yvonne, chooses this series of thrilling fantasy books!

Borne

Research and Education Librarian, Kate, recommends this dystopian novel showcasing characters who learn to live, not just survive.

Red, White, and Royal Blue

Senior Associate Librarian, Jen, chooses this politically-charged love story as a must-read!

The Five People You Meet in Heaven

After the main character dies, readers will enjoy this introspective journey through the afterlife.

Geek Love

Research and Education Librarian, Kate, recommends another exciting novel about love, family, and our uniqueness that binds us together.

The Road

This dystopian novel showcases how the bond between family members enhances their survival.

If Beale Street Could Talk [book]

Can you imagine being accused of a crime you didn’t commit? In the midst of a flourishing relationship, the protagonist is accused of a heinous crime that their partner must decide if (and how) to help.

If Beale Street Could Talk [video]

Can you imagine being accused of a crime you didn’t commit? In the midst of a flourishing relationship, the protagonist is accused of a heinous crime that their partner must decide if (and how) to help.

The Handmaid's Tale

After an oppressive political group overthrows the government, it is up to a single person to take secret measures to save society.

Also available: Audio CD version

About the Curator

Emily is a Reference Librarian Student Assistant and thoroughly enjoys reading, listening to audio books, and learning about various library resources and updates.