Last Updated: Apr 17, 2014
The Ultimate Book of Impostors
Call Number: Elkhorn HV 6751 G7.3 2013 (On Display)
"From Mata Hari to D.B. Cooper, history is littered with people pretending to be someone else. Some go undetected for years, cultivating their false identities so skillfully, even their spouses don't know. Other frauds go up in flames after one misstep. 'The Ultimate Book of Imposters' presents the astonishing true stories behind over one hundred of the craziest and funniest phonies in history."
Trapped in Mediocrity
Call Number: Racine LA 217.2 B3.3 2012 (On Display)
Katherine Baird, an economist, clearly spells out how our educational system is trapped in mediocrity. She points the direction to where we need to go to get out of the trap and carefully examines each factor that has lead to the current state in education.
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The Ghost of the Mary Celeste
Call Number: Elkhorn Leisure Reading (On Display)
"Valerie Martin is a writer of immense talent and insight. Her latest novel weaves a beautiful tale of loss, love, and the connections that link us. One moment we're aboard the doomed ship and another we're in the pages of a diary. 'The Ghost of the Mary Celeste' offers readers a riveting cast and evocative prose."
Jane Austen Ruined My Life
Call Number: Kenosha Leisure Reading
Emma Douglas has always done everything just the way her minister father told her she should-a respectable marriage, a teaching job at a good college, and plans for two children. Life was prodigiously good, until the day Emma finds her husband in bed with another woman. Suddenly, all her romantic notions a la Austen are exposed for the foolish dreams they are.
The Golem and the Jinni
Call Number: Racine Leisure Reading (On Display)
Chava, a golem brought to life by a disgraced rabbi, and Ahmad, a jinni made of fire, form an unlikely friendship on the streets of New York until a fateful choice changes everything.