Classics in Graphic Form

If you’ve ever had trouble reading a literary “classic,” maybe you’ll want to try one in a graphic novel form. We’ve got graphic adaptions of fiction, nonfiction, and some good collections of works your English teacher would be thrilled to see you read.Click on the title below to find the book in our online catalog.…

Our Favorite Books of 2018

Jo is back on the podcast to help us review the year 2018 in books. She shares highlights from our annual Favorite Fiction/Nonfiction booklets now available online and at the Reference Desk. We talk about the titles that topped the national best-of lists along with the unique reads our staff couldn’t stop raving about. This…

The 200th Anniversary of Frankenstein

Mary Shelley aficionado Emily Stensloff joins us on the podcast to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein’s publication. We talk about Shelley’s life, her feminist/anarchist upbringing, the differences between Frankenstein the novel and the idea of Frankenstein in popular culture, and why this 1818 book is Emily’s all-time favorite. Check out Frankenstein from the library…