Recommended fiction: Sarah, Plain and Tall by Patricia Maclachlan
In this series, I recommend fiction books that physically reside at both campuses. December brings an offering from the Steubenville campus which not only is a quick read, but also brings the family feel, both great for the busy holiday season.Recommended Fiction: The Big Door Prize by M.O. Walsh
In Recommended Fiction I tout the physical books that reside in either of our campus library collections. November brings a read from the Youngstown collection focusing on a sweet small town thrown into chaos.Recommended Fiction: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
In Recommended Reads, I tout fiction books that reside in the physical collections in our campuses. October, the spooky season, brings us a book that takes place in a Graveyard. But no worries, the spooks here are cozy not creepy.Recommended Fiction: The Gone Away Place by Christopher Barzak
In Recommended Fiction, I tout the books that reside in the physical campuses. September's pick (from the Youngstown Collection) examines grief and sorrow and some pretty wicked weather.Recommended Fiction: Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
In Recommended Fiction, I tout physical books that reside in our collections. August brings us a book that began a global phenomena. So if you want to check out the very beginning of the Outlander Saga, look in the Steubenville Stacks.