Laini Taylor is coming to Dana TODAY! She’s the author of:
Click each book for more information, and click Laini’s picture for her blog. She’ll be signing books in Common Ground during lunch (11:30-12:30), giving a casual presentation in Common Ground 12:30-1, and speaking to the Middle School 2:30-3:30.
Daughter of Smoke and Bone, her newest book, is one of the best things I’ve read in years. No joke, do not miss this book.
Library page Alexis C. ’13 wrote an essay called “Caring More,” which was accepted for publication on the “This I Believe” website. Here’s a taste of Alexis’s wise words:
A name represents so many things for different people; it can represent a person’s cultural background, a person’s characteristics and even the identity of a person. When you address someone by their name you care more, and you are essentially telling that person, I respect you and your differences.
Use these LibGuides to find resources quickly:
Pond research for Science
Francophone Country Project for French