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Archive Picture of the Week - October 13th, 2011

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Students rollerskating. From the 1942 Columns yearbook.

New in the Library - October 2011

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From the EBSCOhost Ebooks Collection:

PRAXIS Elementary Education, 0011, 0012

By Sharon A. Wynne

This ebook is a wonderful resource for elementary education majors preparing to take the Praxis II exam. It covers the different skills assessed on the Praxis II in great detail. This author also has preparatory ebooks available for the Praxis Education for Exceptional Students exam and the PLT.


From our Contemporary Christian Collection:


By Karen Kingsbury

PS 3561.I4873.U55 2010

This novel is the story of an unlikely friendship between a popular girl and an outcast boy. As the girl, Ella, learns more about her friend, Holden, she grows in compassion for him and decides to stand up against those who are bullying him. This story shows the power of friendship to transform individuals.


102 Minutes

By Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn

HV 6432.7.D89 2005

This book provides an astounding account of 9/11 from inside of the Twin Towers.  From the moment the first plane hit at 8:46 am until the second tower collapsed at 10:28 am, the story from inside is chronicled through the accounts of rescuers and survivors.  


Courage & Calling: Embracing Your God-Given Potential

By Gordon T. Smith

BV 4740.S63 2011

This work focuses on the concept that God has a plan or “calling” for each of his children. Through this book, the author outlines what it means to be called and how we discover and walk in our calling. With a focus on the four callings of business, the arts, education, and religious leadership, this book is applicable to anyone who desires to learn more about walking in the plans that God has for them.


The Facebook Era

Tapping Online Social Networks to Market, Sell, and Innovate

By Clara Shih

HD 30.37.S49 2011

This book is designed to help you meet your organizational goals through social networking.  The author demonstrates how to move from tactical, reactive use of social networks to strategic, proactive  approaches.  A must read for any organization in today’s world.


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