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Here are some recommendations and reviews of books from faculty and staff of DeSales University

DeSales Reads…

Tweet DeSales reads brings you more recommendations from the faculty and staff. Debbie Malone, Library Director, is trying out the library’s new Kindle e-readers and reading Jonathan Alter’s book on the Obama Presidency. Alter, J. (2010).  The Promise:  President Obama, … Continue reading

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DeSales Reads…

Tweet Here are more recommendations from DeSales faculty and staff!  Keep them coming!! Dave Woods, Business Department recommends: Coelho, P. (2006) The Alchemist.  New York, NY:  HarperCollins. From Amazon.com: “The Alchemist”  presents a simple fable, based on simple truths and … Continue reading

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DeSales Reads….

Tweet We asked, you answered!  Here are more recommendations from the DeSales Faculty and Staff! Tom McNamara, Development Office, says he is finally jumping of the Stieg Larsson bandwagon. Larsson, S. (2010).  The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.  New … Continue reading

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Tweet We asked, you answered!  Here are some book recommendations from the DeSales faculty and staff! Mike Hudock, Dept. of Computer Science recommends: Paulson, H.M. (2010) On the Brink:  Inside the Race to Stop the Collapse of Global Financial System, … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Strain

Tweet This review was submitted by Michele Mrazik, Public Services Librarian. Enjoy vampire stories, but think they are a bit too romantic? Then check out The Strain, the first in a trilogy by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. This … Continue reading

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Summer Reading at Trexler!

Tweet Did you know that Trexler Library has a browsing collection on the first floor that contains current popular (bestselling) fiction and non-fiction? Come on in and take a look.  These books can be checked out for three weeks. Here … Continue reading

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