Just in front of the library’s entrance is the “Red a good book lately?” display; highlighting the Red covers of some of our books.Just Inside the front door to the library is the “Chill with a Cool Book” Display. Visions of Snowflakes and Ice will help you cool down from even the hottest days of studying.
Just a little further down is the “Voting Rights” display table that honors the 50th Anniversary of The Voting Rights Act of 1965. On August 6th, 1965 this legislation was enacted to prevent racial discrimination during voting.
The library displays are always changing, so stop on by and see whats new. No matter what campus you find yourself on, we would love to help you find something good to read.
The Library would like to welcome back our new and returning students for Fall 2015! We have put together a “Gator Spirit” display to celebrate the new impending semester. The new display is covered in our school colors: Purple, Green and Gold. You may also happen to see in the new display the two Gators, Thomas and Nelson.
Welcome back students and may your new semester be a great one!
Yesterday, the 4th of August, was “Get Fit Day” at Thomas Nelson. All the staff were challenged to get up and move more instead of sitting behind our desks. Here in the library we take challenges VERY seriously, so we decided to “Yoga”. Below is the proof; we met the challenge!
In order from left to right: Susie Engle-Hill (writing center), Lilly Treadwell (circulation), Marcia Shepherd (writing center), and Tina Sampson (circulation)
Having a hard time deciding what to read next? Our new display focuses on the favorite book titles of our staff, both here and at the Historic Triangle Campus in Williamsburg.
Tina Sampson: Audacity of Hope – Barack Obama
Lilly Treadwell: Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen, Gone Girl – Jillian Flynn
Linda Gregory: Three Cups of Tea – Greg Mortesnson & David Oliver Relin
Lynn Sanderson: The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – J.K. Rowling
Andrea Houson-Wilson: The Help – Katheryn Stocket, Like Water for Chocolate – Laura Esquivel
Marcia Shepard: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff – Richard Carlson
Susie Engle-Hill: Yoga The Art of Transformation – David Gordon White, Tamara I. Sears
Jocelyn Allison: Breakfast of Champions – Kurt Vonegut Jr., Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief – Lawrence Wright
Vickie Herzog: Hunchback of Notre Dame – Victor Hugo
Deandre Yerby: The Invention of Hugo Cabret – Brian Selznick
Felicia Purdy: Amadeus
Tell us What your favorite book is by clicking “Reply” below! We love hearing from you!