As we approach the end of the semester, we would like to invite you to check out some of our popular reading material for reading on your Christmas vacation. We have a great selection of material for you to browse through.
Some of our newest titles are listed below. Hold your cursor over the Title to see a short description of the book, or click to view the catalog record. The status of the book is shown beside the call number.
|Let Me Off at the Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings||Burgundy, Ron|
|Candlelight Christmas No. 10 (The Lakeshore Chronicles)||Wiggs, Susan|
|Men Who United the States, The: America’s Explorers, Inventors, Eccentrics and Mavericks, and the Creation of One Nation, Indivisible||Winchester, Simon|
|A Seaside Christmas||Woods, Sherryl|
|Silent Night: A Spenser Holiday Novel||Parker, Robert B. & Brann, Helen|
|Starry Night: A Christmas Novel||Macomber, Debbie|
|The Right Path: From Ike to Reagan, How Republicans Once Mastered Politics–and Can Again||Scarborough, Joe|
|Collision Low Crossers: A Year Inside the Turbulent World of NFL Football||Dawidoff, Nicholas|
|Doctor Sleep||King, Stephen|
|Actors Anonymous||Franco, James|
|Where the Moon Isn’t||Filer, Nathan|
|Blind Justice||Perry, Anne|
|The Maid’s Version||Woodrell, Daniel|
|Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution||Vogelstein, Fred|
Looking for more options? You can always see a full list of our Popular Reading books in the catalog, by searching under keyword, “CUA Popular Reading.” Happy reading!
Fun fact for the day: “The Oliveira Lima Library is a collection of books, manuscripts, pamphlets, maps, photographs and works of art that is dedicated to the history and culture of Portugal and Brazil. The original collection of 40,000 volumes was the personal library of the Brazilian diplomat, historian and journalist Manoel de Oliveira Lima (1867–1928).
The library holds 60,000 printed works—including books, serials, pamphlets, maps and broadsides—as well as more than 700 manuscripts. Among the strengths of the collection are Portuguese chronicles from the age of exploration; the history of the religious orders in the Portuguese world, especially works by and about Jesuits; the social, cultural and diplomatic history of 19th-century Portugal and Brazil; and the complete works of a wide range of Portuguese and Brazilian writers. The library also houses the Oliveira Lima Family Papers, comprising letters from more than 1,400 correspondents, including the leading Portuguese and Brazilian writers of Oliveira Lima’s day; 60 volumes of scrapbooks containing Oliveira Lima’s journalistic writings; and a distinguished collection of artworks, maps and 19th- and early 20th-century photographs. Although its focus is the Portuguese world, especially Brazil, the collection also includes materials for the study of Asia, Africa, India, and other parts of Latin America.”
Check out the Oliviera Lima Library located inside Mullen Library.