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The Librarian is in: Audiobooks and Ebooks

The Librarian is in: Audiobooks and Ebooks

By KATRINA SPENCER
April 2, 2020
Filed under Arts & Academics

Looking to stay connected to Davis Family Library remotely? Here are some instructions and suggestions to connect through Overdrive.

The Librarian is in: ‘100 Times’

The Librarian is in: ‘100 Times’

By KATRINA SPENCER
March 12, 2020
Filed under Arts & Academics

Chavisa Woods' memoir features vignettes about instances of sexual harassment, assault and discrimination.

The Librarian is in: ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’

The Librarian is in: ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’

By KATRINA SPENCER
March 5, 2020
Filed under Arts & Academics, Uncategorized

Harriett Beecher Stowe's iconic anti-slavery novel provides a perspective into pre-antebellum attitudes towards slavery and religion in America.

The Librarian is in: ‘How to Read the Air’

The Librarian is in: ‘How to Read the Air’

By KATRINA SPENCER
February 20, 2020
Filed under Arts & Academics

Dinah Mengestu's book deals with themes of immigration and domestic violence.

The Librarian is in: “Their Eyes Were Watching God”

The Librarian is in: “Their Eyes Were Watching God”

By KATRINA SPENCER
February 13, 2020
Filed under Arts & Academics

Zora Neale Hurston's best known novel explores what marriage and identity means to a Southern, Black woman.

The Librarian is in: “Shrill”

The Librarian is in: “Shrill”

By KATRINA SPENCER
January 23, 2020
Filed under Arts & Academics

Lindy West's first collection of essays challenges a number of widespread antifeminist beliefs, with good writing and personal, vulnerable anecdotes.

The Librarian is in

The Librarian is in

By KATRINA SPENCER
December 5, 2019
Filed under Arts & Academics

In her graphic memoir "Goodbye, My Havana," Anna Vetfort shares her experience navigating identity as an expatriate in 1960's Cuba.

The Librarian is in: ‘How To Be Parisian’

The Librarian is in: ‘How To Be Parisian’

By KATRINA SPENCER
November 21, 2019
Filed under Arts & Academics

Though this enjoyable read touches on feminism and offers a perspective of one side of Paris, it falls short on other fronts.

The Librarian is in: ‘The Hunger Games’

The Librarian is in: ‘The Hunger Games’

By KATRINA SPENCER
October 31, 2019
Filed under Arts & Academics

This week, librarian Katrina Spencer listened to the popular book on the Overdrive platform.

The Librarian is in

The Librarian is in

By KATRINA SPENCER
October 17, 2019
Filed under Arts & Academics

Rob Bell's "What is the Bible?" provides an accessible and interesting, if selective and weakly cited, reading of the Bible.

The Librarian is in

The Librarian is in

By KATRINA SPENCER
October 10, 2019
Filed under Arts & Academics

Eddie Huang's "Fresh Off the Boat" details his passions for food and music as a first generation Taiwanese/Chinese-American.

The Librarian is in

The Librarian is in

By KATRINA SPENCER
October 3, 2019
Filed under Arts & Academics

Solange Knowles' album "A Seat At the Table" shares a beautiful message about Black womanhood.

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