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OVER 6500 DOWNLOADS OF PAPERS BY LYNCHBURG STUDENTS!!

 

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Summer Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm

Saturdays during Summer Session (5/19, 5/26, 6/9, 6/16, 6/30): 11am-5pm

All other Saturdays: Closed

Sunday: Closed

 

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Recent Additions

Gender and the Great War

The centenary of the First World War in 2014-18 offers an opportunity to reflect upon the role of gender history in shaping our understanding of this pivotal international event. 

A History of Children's Books in 100 Books

A History of the Children's Book in 100 Books takes a global perspective and traces the development of the genre from ancient stories such as Aesop's Fables and the Indian Panchatantra, through the Puritan primers of the 17th century, to the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, to the highly collectable Ladybird books of the 20th century.

The Book of Mormon

Presents a songbook that features vocal lines with piano accompaniment for sixteen songs from the Broadway show about Mormon missionaries sent to Uganda to recruit villagers.

Forged in Crisis

Presents a portrait of five extraordinary figures--Ernest Shackleton, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and Rachel Carson--to illuminate how great leaders are made in times of adversity and the diverse skills they summon in order to prevail.

Raising Government Children

How did a vision of dignified services become virtually synonymous with the breakup of poor families and a disparaged form of "welfare" that stigmatizes the women who provide it, the children who receive it, and their families?

Where All Light Tends to Go

In the country-noir tradition of Winter's Bone meets 'Breaking Bad, ' a savage and beautiful story of a young man seeking redemption. The area surrounding Cashiers, North Carolina, is home to people of all kinds, but the world that Jacob McNeely lives in is crueler than most