University of Central Florida Libraries
4/19/2014
http://library.ucf.edu/
UCF Website University of Central Florida Libraries
Log in now

News

Available Channels

View Mode

Other Current Posts

RSS Feeds

 

Rosen Library Blog

Back to Archived Posts

Top Rosen Reads

Posted on: Jun 29, 2009 @ 4:15:03 pm

Wondering what to read next? Drop by the Rosen Library for one of these top reads:

FOR FUN...

  • Burn this Book by Toni Morrison
    “In 11 short essays by some of the world's premier novelists, this volume explores a simple question: why write?” -Publishers Weekly
  • Cooperstown Confidential by Zev Chafets
    "Chafets brings both a fan’s affection and a social critic’s eye to his examination of the Cooperstown, N.Y. institution...amusing, sardonic and convincing." —Kirkus
  • Food of a Younger Land by Mark Kurlanski
    “Award-winning New York Times-bestselling author Mark Kurlansky takes us back to the food and eating habits of a younger America: Before the national hightway system brought the country closer together; before chain restaurants imposed uniformity and low quality; and before the Frigidaire meant frozen food in mass quantities, the nation’s food was seasonal, regional, and traditional.” -Publisher
  • Intent to Kill by James Grippando
    “Grippando takes a break from the Jack Swyteck series—some readers would call it a much-needed break—and delivers a fine stand-alone thriller.” -Booklist
  • Satchel: The Life and Times of an American Legend by Larry Tye
    “Paige’s contribution to baseball history, already enormous, is enhanced by the strong, solid arguments that Mr. Tye has constructed. “If Jackie Robinson was the father of equal opportunity in baseball, surely Satchel Paige was the grandfather,” this book maintains.” -NYT Book Review
  • Undead and Unwelcome by Maryjanice Davidson
    “Ms. Davidson has her own brand of wit and shocking surprises that make her vampire series one of a kind.” -Darque Reviews

FOR THE CLASSROOM...

  • High Performance Hospitality: Sustainable Hotel Case Studies by Michele L. Diener, Amisha Parekh, and Jaclyn Pitera
    "This solid analysis of sustainable hospitality development presents eight detailed case studies of successful, sustainable hotel projects representing a cross-section of hotel types: mid-size, conference center, and luxury (small and large) branded and independent properties." -Publisher's description
  • Job Descriptions for the Private Club Industry published by the Club Managers Association of America
    "Write, design and use effective job descriptions for almost every position at city, country, athletic and yacht clubs." Publisher's description
  • Managing Attractions for More Profit by IAAPA
    "Measures key performance metrics in the industry including operating expenses, annual attendance, capital investments, and other performance ratios." -Publisher's description
  • Tourism Entrepreneurs by Melodi Botha, Felicite Fairer-Wessels, and Berendien Lubbe
    "Providing students of business management with a process for understanding the tourism industry, this educational tool highlights the importance of entrepreneurial activities within an unique and variable industry." -Publisher's description

Looking for something else? These are just a few of the items we have recently acquired. To find other books in the Rosen Library's collection, search the UCF Library Catalog. For assistance, Ask a Rosen Librarian!

[ 0 comments ] [
 
]

 

Add your comments

Once submitted, comments will not be visible until approved by a moderator.
 

Rosen Library Homepage | Ask a Rosen Librarian | Rosen Library Hours

QR Code URL for Mobile Devices