Mere days ago, we set up our next exhibition, Water/Ways, at the Laramie County Library. Thanks in large part to Wyoming Humanities and The Smithsonian Institute, this exhibit features all things WATER (as if you couldn’t get that from the title. I know.).
Water is a resource for all things in our lives—so it shouldn’t be a surprise that the below titles offer a unique look at water (that you can delve into from the comfort of your own homes!).
Perfect for book clubs, discussion groups, or just because you’re interested in looking at a familiar subject matter in a new light. We’ve got these titles at LCLS—stop in and grab one, then take a peek at the exhibit!
- Jonis Agee. The River Wife: A Novel.
- Richard Bach (Author), Russell Munson (Photographer). Jonathan Livingston Seagull: The Complete Edition.
- Jimmy Buffett. Tales from Margaritaville: Fictional Facts and Factual Fictions.
- Agatha Christie. And Then There Were None.
- Tom Clancy. Hunt for Red October.
- Joseph Conrad. Heart of Darkness.
- Pat Conroy. Prince of Tides.
- James Dickey. Deliverance.
- S. Forester. The African Queen.
- Ernest Hemingway. The Old Man and the Sea.
- Garrison Keillor. Lake Wobegon Days.
- Yann Martel. Life of Pi.
- James A. Michener. Chesapeake.
- James A. Michener. Hawaii.
- Herman Melville. Moby Dick.
- Sena Jeter Naslund. Ahab’s Wife.
- Patrick O’Brian. Master and Commander.
- Ernest Thompson. On Golden Pond.
- Mark Twain. Life on the Mississippi.
- Andy Weir. Martian.
- Richard Wright. Uncle Tom’s Children.