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Doerr Library Monthly Newsletter

New Books

Musings of the Doerr Librarians

In it's second year, the Loyola Reading Project is our way of developing a community around a common book. The entire Marquette High community is invited to pick a book from the Loyola Reading Project list. Book discussion groups will be formed when we return to school in the fall.


Winters are long in Wisconsin and most of us start to suffer from cabin fever. We have a cure. Stop by the library and help us put together a jigsaw puzzle.

We have already finished our Nativity scene puzzle and are now working on one that depicts the Golden Gate Bridge. A 3D puzzle is next.

Not into jigsaw puzzles. No problem. We also have an variety of brain games available for check out at our information desk. Games include: Brick by Brick, Rush Hour, Solo Chess, Izzi, and Block by Block.

The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association, has officially announced the 2018 Teens' Top Ten Nominees.

The Teens' Top Ten is a "teen choice" list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year. Nominators are members of teen book groups in sixteen school and public libraries around the country selected by YALSA to participate.

This year's list of nominees features 25 titles that were published between Jan. 1, 2017 and Dec. 31, 2017.

The Doerr Library has many of these titles on display near the entrance to the library. How many of these titles are some of your favorites too?

The Great American Read initiative is an opportunity to build community through great books. PBS has partnered with booksellers and libraries to launch this campaign to determine America's favorite novel. They have narrowed the list to 100 books and are asking you to read as many as you can and vote on your favorite book from the list.

What a great way to connect with some inspiring stories. Many of these novels have transformed peoples lives. Take a look at the list, pick out a couple of titles, read them, talk about them, and vote for your favorite.

School might be winding down but there is still a lot of activity in the library. Check out our May Newsletter to learn about our final game night of the school year, the latest titles added to the collection, exam week hours, and our summer book checkout program.

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