Heading home for the holidays to indulge in your family’s favorite recipes? Need a good book? Or maybe you’re already in the middle of a good book, you’ve filled up on good food, and it’s hard to motivate yourself to work out. You’re dying to know what the author has in store, but you also feel like you should get some exercise. The solution? Read a book on a Kindle or a Nook! They’re small enough to fit in the plastic holder on a treadmill or stationary bike, allowing you to read and get into shape at the same time. If you don’t have one of your own, borrow one from the library for two weeks. First, check out our catalogue for either Kindle or Nook. Then stop by the circulation desk during the day to tell us what titles you want. We’ll load it onto an e-reader so you’ll be ready to enjoy a great book during your next gym session. Don’t see the title you want? Suggest a title for purchase! If you have questions, take a look at our e-reader guide or ask at the circ desk.
The title for each article in this series comes from the Library’s “Six Word Story Campaign,” which asked students to submit cards with their six word library story. Gavin Damore ‘16, uses these 6 word stories as inspiration for articles highlighting library collections and resources.