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Common Reading: March
Display and Research Guide
In support of discussion and research related to Common Reading 2021, March, written by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin and illustrated by Nate Powell, the library has prepared both a physical and digital display for students, faculty and staff. The physical display is in the Reference Reading Room, and showcases the Civil Rights movement with a focus on SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and the Freedom Riders. Ebook covers in the display have a QR code that links to the library catalog page with a link to the full-text of the book. The research guide on Common Reading: March has links to a dozen videos about Lewis, Freedom Riders, Civil Rights movement and SNCC. The “Books and Historical Resources” tab lists books and ebooks in our collection about these topics. It also links to the library’s digital access to several prominent black newspapers. Researchers can read contemporaneous coverage of Lewis and others in the Civil Rights movement, as viewed by the African American Community of the day.
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Popular Reading eBooks
Enjoy our popular and general interest recent eBook arrivals, available 24/7 to the TCU community from the Mary Couts Burnett Library.
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The Friends of the TCU Library and TCU Press are co-sponsors of the 2022 TCU Texas Book Award. A prize of $5,000 is given to the author of the best book about Texas. Fiction, nonfiction, art, photography and other books will be considered; juvenile, young-adult, drama or film scripts, and self-published works are excluded. Deadline for entries is Thursday, September 30, 2021.
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