The Library Staff Picks: Summer Reading

You are finished with exams, or nearly finished. You can nearly feel the freedom that comes with summer: no homework, swimming and picnics, and, perhaps some summer reading.

If the latter is a priority, the library has selected a few books to fill the warm summer days. You can find them on display in the library lobby.

From all of us at the library, have a relaxing, adventurous, andย  fun summer!

Recommended by: Lisa Donadio
Title: Andy Goldsworthy: A Collaboration with Nature
Comments: Hoping this will inspire you to take a walk in the woods and see the beautiful patterns in nature that Andy Goldsworthy highlights in his work. Get creative and make you own piece of art out in the great outdoors.

Recommended by: Chenfang Yang
Title: Will the Boat Sink the Water? The Life of China’s Peasants

Recommended by: Jane Howe
Title:ย  Alone: The Classic Polar Adventure
Comment: Cool reading on a hot summer day!

Recommended by :Jane Woldow
Title: The Best of Edward Abbey

Recommended by: Michele LaRose
Title: Naturally Curious: A Photographic Field Guide and Month-by-Month Journey through the Fields, Woods, and Marshes of New England

Recommended by: Rhonda Murphy
Title: Green Metropolis: Why living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving less are the Keys to Sustainability

Recommended by:Heidi Conner
Title: The Maine Golf Guide
Comment :I am planning on spending lots of time in Main this summer, and I’ve always wanted to learn to golf–so this book is perfect! It is even autographed.

Recommended by: Beth Sullivan
Title: Animals Make Us Human
Comment :I would like to read this book in the not too distant future.

Recommended by: Carl Yirka
Title: The Making of Environmental Law
Comment: To better understand the background in environmental area, I recommend this book. We have it in print and electronic copies.

Recommended by: Christine Ryan
Title: Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place

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