Mrs. Steele's talk will connect with the summer reading theme of "Courage." She will be discussing her family's decision to flee Nicaragua when the Sandinistas came to power and come to the United States.
Monday - Thursday 7:00-3:00, Friday 7:00-1:50
About the Algonquin Library
The Algonquin Library's purpose is to provide information, research, and audiovisual services to students and faculty. Services include: reference and research support, library orientation, instruction in the use of library resources, AV support, and programs designed to encourage reading for pleasure. Collections include books, e-books, audio books, magazines, online full text magazine and newspaper databases, links to vetted websites, audio and video equipment, and audio and video material for classroom use.
- Need a book? Check the Card Catalog. You can also access it from home!
- Click Magazines, Reference, Etc. to get articles from the Gale databases of magazines and reference books.
- Use Encyclopedia Britannica for an excellent start to any project.
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