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Join us March 12 from 2-3:30 in our 3rd floor meeting room as we discuss The Farm by Joanne Ramos. Everyone welcome!
“So many factors—gender, race, religion, class—may determine where you come down on the surrogacy debate. . . . Ramos plays with many of these notions in her debut novel, The Farm, which imagines what might happen were surrogacy taken to its high-capitalist extreme. . . . The stage is set for lively book chat.”—The New York Times Book Review (Editors’ Choice)
Our A-Z databases provide fascinating information about our country, about the world, and about world food.
What languages are spoken in Holland? What type of government does Mongolia use, and what does it take to become a citizen? Find out in A-Z The World. Are you traveling to Uruguay, and want to try out some of the local dishes before you go? Use recipes from A-Z World Food. Or check out A-Z USA to learn about the demographics of Iowa.
Cool fact: when you look up a country in A-Z The World, it will provide the current date, time, and weather in the capital city. (As I write this it is 41 degrees and sunny at 3:30 in the afternoon in Dublin, Ireland!)
You can access all this information through our website. Click on the E-Resources Menu and have your library card handy to log in!
Join us to discuss Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl. We meet Thursday February 13th at 2pm in the 3rd Floor Conference Room. All are welcome!
For more on the book, see here: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25733983-lab-girl