Library Newsletter - November 2020


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Native American Heritage Month

This month we celebrate the rich cultures and heritage of Native Americans. Be enlightened with books by Joy Harjo, the first Native American U.S. Poet Laureate, or award-winning author Louise Erdrich. This is also a good time to take an honest look at history. Enlarge your understanding with these books: Unworthy Republic, This Land is Their Land, and Surviving Genocide.

Native American Heritage Month

Feeling Mentally Overwhelmed?

Self-care is important in these difficult times of learning from home and being separated from friends. The library has books to guide you through techniques for improving your mental well-being. Some recent additions:  Biofeedback and Mindfulness in Everyday Life, Tiny Habits, and Designing Your Life.

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The college also has a Health and Wellness Break on Zoom every Monday through Thursday at 2:45. A little stretching, mindfulness, and meditation can really help. Each day is a little different with something new to learn. Shy? Leave your camera off or ask a friend to join you virtually!


Live Research Help 

Check out our Live Research Help Video to see how to use three convenient ways to get research help in real time from a CCC librarian.


New in the Library

Check out these and other books through our Library-to-Go program using CCC OneSearch Catalog.

Our Malady

Our Malady

by Timothy Snyder

An impassioned condemnation of America's coronavirus response and an urgent call to rethink health and freedom.

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Wear, Repair, Repurpose

by Lily Fulop

A maker’s immersive guide to mending, upcycling, and extending the lifecycle of all your favorite clothes.

American Sunrise

An American Sunrise: Poems

by Joy Harjo

A stunning volume from the first Native American Poet Laureate of the U.S., informed by her tribal history and connection to the land.

Fry Bread

Fry Bread

by Kevin Noble Maillard

Maillard and Caldecott artist Martinez-Neal bring depth, detail, and whimsy to this Native American food story, with warm text and expressive illustrations.

Solutions and other problems

Solutions and Other Problems

by Allie Brosh

Through fun graphics, Brosh alternates sorrow with levity in funny tales and musings on life and its lack of meaning or fairness - with grace that feels true to life.

His Truth is Marching On

His Truth is Marching On

by Jon Meacham

An intimate and revealing portrait of civil rights icon and longtime U.S. congressman John Lewis, linking his life to the painful quest for justice in America.

Devil Dark Water

The Devil and the Dark Water

by Stuart Turton

A chilling new spin to the Sherlock Holmes detective duo in a thriller of supernatural horror, occult suspicion, and paranormal mystery on the high seas. 

Enemy of all Mankind

Enemy of All Mankind

 by Steven Johnson

The true story of a pirate, his crimes, the first international manhunt, and how he triggered the emergence of multinational capitalism.

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Caste

 by Isabel Wilkerson

Wilkerson examines the unspoken caste system that has shaped America and shows how our lives today are still defined by a hierarchy of human divisions.