Known for his compelling stories, New Yorker writer and bestselling author David Grann has been called “the man Hollywood can’t stop reading,” with his book Killers of the Flower Moon coming to the big screen this fall, with Martin Scorsese as director and starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck,
Equal parts memoir, travelogue, and primer on the art of birding, Better Living through Birding: Notes from a Black Man in the Natural World tells the story of Christian Cooper’s extraordinary life leading up to the now-infamous incident in Central Park and shows how a life spent looking up at the birds prepared him,
For more than twenty years, Maureen Corrigan has been the book critic for NPR’s Fresh Air. She is also a columnist for the Washington Post as well as the Nicky and Jamie Grant Distinguished Professor of the Practice in Literary Criticism at Georgetown University, where her courses are very popular and her lectures have been described as “brilliant,” “hilarious,” “passionate,” and “eloquent.” She is the author of Leave Me Alone,
Here at CALS, we have long said that your library card is the most valuable card in your wallet. You get access to virtually unlimited books, audiobooks, streaming music, movies and TV shows, you can borrow things like binoculars, fishing poles, tools, and telescopes, plus there’s access to endless events and programs and every bit of it comes in at the low,
Even more to love with hoopla!
Borrow up to seven items per month instantly with hoopla. CALS patrons can use this digital streaming service to access movies, TV shows, and graphic novels. Titles can be streamed immediately or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. Watch on your phone, tablet, computer or even a smart TV.
VIDEO: Nicole R. Fleetwood, Author of Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration
Fill out the short form to get access to our recorded program featuring Nicole R. Fleetwood, author of Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration.
This video will be available through Wednesday, September 20.