Books et al.
Books et al. is a new program sponsored by the Harper College Library. Various topics related to books and reading will be presented at these one-hour sessions. The Bookmarks sessions highlight genres and provide tools and tips to help you answer that ever pressing question: “What should I read next?”. The Unabridged sessions explore other topics related to books, reading, and literacy.
Historical Fiction has never been more popular. What makes a book “historical”? What’s the appeal? And why are they so popular? Join us as we uncover the world of Historical Fiction, discover new titles, and learn about ways to build your TBR (to be read) list!
Please contact Christine Kuffel 847.925.6859 or Melissa Merlos 847.925.6170 with any questions.
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