The Lehman Library top books of the month


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As the semester gets underway, students are becoming increasingly more stressed and looking for outlets to release some of their energy.

There is now a popular titles book collection in the lowest level of the Lehman Library.
The library committee, paired with Student Senate will be publishing an article once a month updating students on what new titles can be found in the library that will act as a great source to relieve some stress.

Recently, new titles have just arrived and in our attempts to keep up with the times we have requested some hot topic books. “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel as well as “Fight Club” can both be found in the section.

The suggestion board is being put to good use as well. If there are any titles that students would like to see put into the section they can contact the student leader of this project at os6154@ship.edu.
As the library moves forward with trying to publicize this newfound area of the library, students will begin to see some fliers as well as slides on the digital display in the library depicting what is available.

The following are the books that have recently been introduced to the section for at least this month. Come on down and check them out.

1. “Always Something There to Remind Me” —Beth Harbison
2. “Unsaid”— Neil Abramson
3. “Girls in White Dresses”— Jennifer Close
4. “Breaking Silence”-—Linda Castillo
5. “Before I Go to Sleep”—S. J. Watson
6. “Life of Pi”—Yann Martel
7. ”Fight Club”— Chuck Palahniuk


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