New Browsing Books

New in the Browsing Collection on the second floor of the Library:
Black Ship by Carola Dunn
Cat in a Sapphire Slipper by Carole Nelson Douglas
Faefever by Karen Marie Moning
Laughter of Dead Kings by Elizabeth Peters
Liberty: A Lake Wobegon Novel by Garrison Keillor
Mistress of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin
Resistance: A Woman’s Journal of Struggle and Defiance in Occupied France by Anges Humbert
Serpent’s Tale by Ariana Franklin
And don’t forget:
Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer
Cockatiels at Seven by Donna Andrews
Acheron by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Smoke Screen by Sandra Brown
Vi Agra Falls: A Bed and Breakfast Mystery by Mary Daheim
Last Patriot by Brad Thor
These titles and other good reads are available on the second floor of the Library in the Browsing Collection. Happy Reading!

Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Avast, me hearties! ‘Tis Talk Like a Pirate Day! Cast yer deadlights on tha official website ta larn how land lubbers John “Ol’ Chumbucket” Baur and Mark “Cap’n Slappy” Summers came up with this day o’ merry-makin’. Thar’s a primer on pirate-talk fer would-be pirates along with other pirate-related swag.
If yer huntin’ fer more swashbucklin’ booty, check out A Pirate’s Who’s Who by Philip Cosse (located in Reference, call number G535 .G6). This volume includes short biographies of famous pirates such as Henry Morgan, Edward Teach and Anne Bonney. It also has biographies of lesser known pirates such as Major Stede Bonnet, who was “more to be pitied than blamed” for becoming a pirate, because his “mind had become unbalanced owing to the unbridled nagging of Mrs. Bonnet.”

Is It Protected by Copyright?

The AUM Library recently distributed to the faculty a guide to copyright entitled, Is It Protected by Copyright? We have received a great deal of positive feedback, along with some questions about getting another copy. An electronic version of the slider is available from the American Library Association Office of Technology Policy at . The directions for use are in the upper left corner of the page.
For additional copyright information please contact Judy Solomon, Access Services Librarian, or phone 244-3917.