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Recommended by the library

Are you curious about what the library staff are reading  right now? Please check out this blog for more information!

The Book Thief
by Markus Zusak- recommended by Deborah

4th floor, Highline College Library

Call number: 823.92 Z96b 2013

book thief

The Three-body problem

by Cixin Liu- recommended by Wadiyah

Location: King County Library system


by Banana Yoshimoto- recommended by Karleigh

Available to purchase at

People I want to punch in the throat: Competitive Crafters, Drop-off Despots and Other Suburban scourges

by Jen Mann-recommended by Andrea

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Wishing Day- Lauren Myracle

Available at the King County Library system

World made by Hand by James Howard Kurstler


Available on the 4th Floor

Call number: 813.54 K96w 2008

Wild Life by Molly Gloss


Available on the 4th Floor

Call number: 813.54 G563w 2001

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and through the looking glass by Lewis Carroll


-recommended by Sabrina

Available on the 4th floor

Call number: 823.8 C319at 2013


Battle Royale by Koushun Takami-recommended by Catlin

Battle Royale

Available at King County Library system

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Posted: June 6, 2016 at 1:45 pm