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Spring 2015 Library Booklist

The Spring 2015 Library Booklist has been posted on the Charlotte Law Library in a Nutshell Guide, and is available for viewing and download.

If you have any questions about the Booklist please call the Circulation Desk at (704) 971-8574.

~Erica Tyler~

Student Information

Literary Palate Cleansers and the "Brooklynite" Novel

Once, at work, my manager was cleaning the counters before opening hour. He’d accidentally added too much bleach to some cleaning solution, and was complaining that the only thing he could smell was the antiseptic tang of Clorox — and, sure enough, I felt a faint burning in my nose, too. 955 more words

Books

Emily Insam and John Green

The Fault in Our Stars

“Some infinites are bigger than other infinites”

The Fault in Our Stars is a novel by author John Green. The story talks about the main character, the seventeen year old Hazel Grace Lancaster, as she battles cancer. 846 more words

English

Teen Fiction and Mental Health

“For someone who feels alone, a friends awaits within the pages – someone who says, Yes, I’ve been there. Have gone through that. am suffering along with you.” 

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Best Books of 2014

I thought I’d read quite a few books this year, and a lot of newly-published ones, too, and yet the best-of lists remain full of titles I haven’t got around to, or have never even heard of. 297 more words

Books

sandvick reblogged this on DAILYBOOKS.ORG and commented:

Tales from the Reading Room has a brief post on some of the Best Books of 2014. The list includes Alice McDermott's Someone and Heather O'Neill's The Girl who was Saturday Night.

Holiday Reading List

One of the things we love most about the holidays is having more time to spend doing the things we love without those pesky time restrictions. 281 more words

Mind

Books Completed: Fall 2014

Fiction

Possession by AS Byatt
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
Toby’s Room by Pat Barker
Break it Down: Stories by Lydia Davis
The English Patient… 88 more words