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Recommended Fiction: Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan
In this series, I tout works of fiction that reside physically at either of our campuses. This month brings a unique look at Black History. The book is located in the Youngstown Campus and from our special COBAA book collection.
Recommended Fiction: The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco
In Recommended Fiction, I tout books that physically reside in either campus collection. Steubenville houses January’s read which is perfect for frigid climes if not a hard read to slog through.
Recommended Fiction: Finding Dorothy by Elizabeth Letts
In Recommended Fiction, I promote books that physically are in either campus collection. December brings us a trip to the Land of Oz…sort of…with a book housed in the Youngstown Campus.
Recommended Fiction: Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller
In Recommended Fiction, I promote books that physically reside in our campus collections. November brings a quiet romance set in rural Iowa. The book is in the Steubenville collection.
Recommended Fiction: Piranesi by Susanna Clarke
In Recommended fiction, I promote a fiction book that physically resides in either of the Campuses. October brings a truly original, mysterious fantasy (housed in Youngstown) perfect for those who like to be only mildly spooked but not haunted.
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