2014 Summer Reading List

July 3, 2014 by Mike Olynick | Comments Off

A picture of our summer reading display.Calling all readers!

Check out our summer 2014 reading list, selected by Library staff. There are two displays by the main staircase, featuring a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction, and young adult books.  Be sure to take a copy of our list and check out a book– the summer is the ideal time to catch up on reading!

Not in the Library? Here’s our list online! Summer Reading List PDF

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April 28, 2014
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Glass Art and Poetry Microexhibit

The Library is hosting a microexhibit “La Settimana Santa / Holy Week” featuring artwork and poetry by famed Murano glass artist Giampaolo Seguso. This smaller-scaled exhibit, located on the top floor of the library, is an extension of a larger … Continue reading

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January 21, 2014
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Crucifixion Meditations Exhibit

Trouble seeing slide show?  Click here. Crucifixion Meditations is a traveling exhibition of drawing prints by John Steczynski (M.F.A. Yale) and Aileen Callahan (M.F.A. Boston University), artists affiliated with the Fine Arts Department of Boston College. Both artists seek to … Continue reading

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October 11, 2013
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Ignatian Spirit Exhibit

We hope you will come down to the library to see the new exhibit: Our Ignatian Spirit. Featured are posters originally created for Ignatian Heritage Week in March 2013. These posters were created by students, faculty and staff, highlighting the … Continue reading

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June 20, 2013
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Rivers of America exhibit

In 1920, Constance Lindsay Skinner began work on what would become The Rivers of America Series, a collection of beautifully illustrated literary works that feature America’s rivers, including titles published between 1937 (The Kennebec) and 1974 (The American).   By providing … Continue reading

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April 9, 2013
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America: Sound of the City exhibit

Come down to DiMenna-Nyselius Library to see the new  exhibit entitled, America: Sound of the City.  From the very beginning of our country, the United States has been synonymous with music.  And as our country grew, so did the diversity … Continue reading

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February 14, 2012
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Art of the Book exhibit

Come down to the Library from now until April 15 to see some very special books on loan from the Pequot Library Special Collection! This exhibit stems from work done for Art History 290: The Art of the Book, fall … Continue reading

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