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Recreational Reading

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The Reader's Bill of Rights

The Reader's Bill of Rights, Daniel Pennac

1.  The right not to read            
2.  The right to skip pages.
3.  The right not to finish.
4.  The right to reread.
5.  The right to read anything.                       

6.  The right to escapism.
7.  The right to read anywhere.
8.  The right to browse.
9.  The right to read aloud.
10. The right not to defend your taste.

We've Got New Books!

Check out the NEW Rec Reading Titles tab to see recently added fiction and nonfiction books in a variety of genres!


Browse the collection

In person: The recreational reading area is located on the first floor of the Library near the current periodicals.

[1st Floor Map]

View alphabetical lists of all titles in the Rec Reading Collection.

New! Children's Literature Section

The Campus Library Recreational Reading Collection now features a small section for children,complete with appropriately sized chairs!

Check out some of our children's books: 

Children's Literature List

For more children's literature, visit our collection on the third floor. More information is available here on the Children's Literature guide.

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