Learn, Study, Discover
FYI, you’re looking for the blurry raccoon in the center. I am still working on my wildlife photo skills.
Maureen Corrigan of National Public Radio calls Steig Larsson‘s novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo “a super-smart amalgam of the corporate corruption tale, the legal thriller, the Agatha Christie-type ‘locked room’ puzzle, and the dysfunctional family suspense story.”
Find it at BROWSE PT9876.22.A6933 M3613 2008, on the 2nd floor next to the HUB entrance.
Tom Vanderbilt‘s Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says about Us) (call number BROWSE TL152.5 .V36 2008) explains, among other things, why drivers won’t merge lanes until the last possible minute. Pick your peeve; Vanderbilt’s probably addressed it.
BROWSE books are shelved on the 2nd floor next to the HUB entrance.
Read Vanderbilt’s blog about driving in America here.