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December Book Display

December is known as the month of “peace and good will toward all men”, but in the real world Human Rights are still being violated. December marks the anniversary of the UN General Assembly adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Come visit our book display and check out information on this most important issue.

The history of the “Cold War” and beyond

The theme for our November book display is The history of the “Cold War” and beyond. The Cold War formally ended in mid-November 1990 with the signing of a treaty in Paris France by the leaders of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE). There are questions rising today that we may be escalating back into the mind set of the Cold War era. Come visit the history and possibly find something of interest for a research paper and judge for yourself.

Rain Of Atomic Bombs

August Book Display

The month of August is remembered, in part, as the month the first Atomic Bomb was ever used in World War II. Sixty two years later there is still an interest in the stories surrounding these devastating  days of war and the Japanese people before, during and right up to present day. Come join us in the Todd Library and check out some of our collection on Japan and its cultural way of life.

July’s book display

Known as the “The National Pastime” baseball’s Major Leagues will be celebrating the anniversary of the first “All-Star Game” first played on July 6, 1933. The Todd Library will join in that celebration with a collection of books concerning this summer game.

National Women’s History Month Display

With March being Women’s History Month, the Todd Library took one piece of that history and made it part of our Featured Book Display. Our theme was based around the “Woman Suffrage Movement and Beyond.” From the struggle of the early days of the movement, to the abuse taken by the women, to the final victories won by and for future generations – all is covered within this collection.