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If You Like The Handmaid’s Tale…

The second season of the Emmy award-winning television series, The Handmaid’s Tale, is set to premiere April 25th. While Margaret Atwood wrote her dystopian novel over thirty years ago, the success of the program shows how relevant it still is today. If you find yourself wanting more, check out these other science fiction and dystopian novels! Continue reading If You Like The Handmaid’s Tale…

November Staff Picks

There’s been some pretty eclectic reading by our staff this month. Find all of these Staff Picks titles on the front page of the catalogor select a category for a specific group.

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Women’s History in Story Form

Womens memoirs

When I started working on women’s history about thirty years ago, the field did not exist. People didn’t think that women had a history worth knowing.     Gerda Lerner, Women and History

Celebrate Women’s History! Read histories of women through the eyes of 17 strong women, in these enduring and moving memoirs. Continue reading Women’s History in Story Form