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UCF Libraries Bookshelf: Staff Favorites

For the month of December, the UCF Libraries Bookshelf is celebrating the favorite books and series of the employees of the UCF Libraries. These are the books we have (and will continue to) read many times over the course of our lives. They cross genres from mystery, science fiction, young adult and memoirs. These are our well-loved books and we are thrilled to share them with you.

UCF Libraries Bookshelf: Staff Favorites

Weekend Reading

New Books Display

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New Books shelf on 2nd floor

Browse our NEW BOOKS shelf in the Knowledge Commons for some recreational reading over Spring Break.  The bookcase on your left as you approach the Research and Information Desk is devoted to showcasing our latest academic book purchases.  Come by or check the website to see what we have, and feel free to take as many as you like–everything on display here is available for immediate check out: just take your selections to the circulation desk.

***NEW*** Now you can peruse the New Books Display website to read synopses of each book on display!  Titles link directly to our online catalog so you can find similar titles and check availability before your visit.

 

Weekend Reading

Weekend Reading 10.30.15

Poe The UCF Library loves Halloween! We recommend you get spooky this weekend with Edgar Allan Poe:

 Edgar Allan Poe : selected poetry and tales, edited by James M. Hutchisson.

http://ucf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?29CF030647544

UCF Main Library General Collection – 4th Floor — PS2603.H88 2012

This Broadview Edition includes a selection of Poe’s poems, tales, and sketches in such diverse modes of writing as tales of the supernatural and psychic conflict, satires and hoaxes, science fiction and detective fiction, and nonfiction essays on literary and social topics. These are supplemented by a selection of contextual documents–newspaper and magazine articles, treatises, and other historical texts–that will help readers understand the social, literary, and intellectual milieus in which Poe wrote.

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