History Professor’s Book a Winner
An NC State professor’s book earned top honors in Kentucky.
Suggest a Book for 2012 Common Reading
Your help is needed to find a thought-provoking book for next year's common reading.
Read Smart Gets Book Lovers Talking
Love to talk about the latest books? Join Read Smart, a series of discussions led by NC State faculty.
Dunn’s Latest: ‘Wild Life of Our Bodies’
Biologist Rob Dunn's new book, The Wild Life of Our Bodies, tells the stories of our changing relationships with other species, be they worms, bacteria or tigers.
Books of Summer
Nothing beats the summer treat of discovering a great book. NCSU Libraries asked 20 colleagues which books are next to the comfy chairs on the screened-in porch.
Writing the Book on Scholarly Publishing
Dr. Tim Hatcher has helped write the book on scholarly publishing, complete with sections on working with journal editors, dealing with rejection and handling rewrites.
Book Harvests Gardening Advice
A new book cherry-picks the best gardening advice for North Carolinians from an award-winning Cooperative Extension newsletter.
Sherman Releases Vermiculture Book
Rhonda Sherman, solid waste Cooperative Extension specialist, is co-editor of the first scientific book on vermicomposting (composting with worms).
Check Out These Holiday Books
If books are on your holiday shopping list or you’re making a reading list for vacation, the NCSU Libraries can help. The Best Book I Read This Year blog includes reading suggestions and reviews from faculty, library staff, students and others.
Book Examines Lost Promise of Frontier
History professor Craig Thompson Friend’s new book, Kentucke’s Frontiers, explains how fear and terror transformed the region’s early promise of an egalitarian life for all into a patriarchal society that favored white men.