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eBook available: Betrothed for a Day

eBook available: Betrothed for a Day

Laura Jean Libbey was one of the most popular and well-known authors of story paper melodramas. Her success was so great that publisher Street & Smith dedicated an entire series to her works, an honor that they bestowed on only a small handful ...
Falvey’s Access to News Enhanced with Factiva

Falvey’s Access to News Enhanced with Factiva

By Linda Hauck Current news databases are used by researchers across disciplines to stay current with developments, construct meaning out of evolving events, and analyze content for political, social, cultural, and public health trends. Having ...
Photo Friday: Dog Days of Summer

Photo Friday: Dog Days of Summer

The dog days of summer are almost over! Regina Duffy’s dog Lucky, and all of us at Falvey Library are excited for your return to campus. See you on Aug. 24, Wildcats! Kallie Stahl ’17 MA is Communication and Marketing Specialist at Falvey ...
eBook available: The Handy Manual

eBook available: The Handy Manual

Once again, a book from our Digital Library has been posted to Project Gutenberg with help from the Distributed Proofreaders project. This latest release is another entry from the Multum in Parvo Library of tiny chapbooks: The Handy Manual: A ...
Confronting Cujo, the Fearsome & Famous Canine

Confronting Cujo, the Fearsome & Famous Canine

Since we are nearing the end of summer and preparing to enter the spooky season, what better way to start the transition than with a good horror book? To help continue the celebration of famous dogs from literature, I want to focus on a fearsome ...
TBT: A Dog Gone Good Magazine

TBT: A Dog Gone Good Magazine

Of course, we had to feature a dog in this week’s Throwback Thursday (TBT). This cover of The People’s Home Journal (v. XXXIX, no. 3) was published in March of 1924. Read the full magazine here. Looking for more content? The Villanova ...
Happy Birthday, Snoopy: The World’s Most Famous Beagle!

Happy Birthday, Snoopy: The World’s Most Famous Beagle!

  By Shawn Proctor Peanuts’ most famous character, Snoopy, is turning 72 years old…or there abouts. For the record, Snoopy was first drawn in comics by Charles M. Schulz in October 1950, according to the Charles M. Schulz Museum, ...
Because of Winn-Dixie: A Lovable (Not) Berger Picard

Because of Winn-Dixie: A Lovable (Not) Berger Picard

  By Shawn Proctor Like a slippery dog after a bath, this book completely slipped by me for two decades. When Because of Winn–Dixie, Kate DeCamillo’s Newberry Award winning debut novel, was published in 2000, I wasn’t reading ...
Big Dog, Big Heart: Everyone’s Favorite Vizsla

Big Dog, Big Heart: Everyone’s Favorite Vizsla

Well known for being a book lover and writer, we had to celebrate Snoopy‘s birthday on Aug. 10! This week on the blog, we’re celebrating some of our favorite literary dogs. Are you a fan of Joe Cool? Or, is there another canine ...

 


Last Modified: December 22, 2015