Book Collection: Special Topics
, by Keith Houston, explores the fascinating history of bookmaking that dates back to more than fifteen hundred years ago. The Book
, by Anne Frank, helps put me into perspective at a time of a global pandemic. The Diary of a Young Girl
, by Susan Orlean, weaves together investigative journalism, personal introspection, operational insights, fascinating characters, diverse culture, and social openness to tell engaging, riveting stories of the evolution of libraries. The Library Book
, by Jill Lepore, told the naked truth of our great yet flawed nation through the concoction of illuminating politics, fascinating biographies, arresting journalism, and sprawling technology. These Truths
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