College students can identify with story, characters of Norwegian Wood

Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami (his book of success) is a realistic fictional story based on the life of a college student, who reminisces about his life in the 1960's.
Readers are transported from the famous Beatles song to the single person perspective world of the narrator, Toru Watanabe.
The book begins with Toru having a hard time writing about his most intense memories.
 


Get attached to Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Attachments’

Oh, the forbidden office romance. So exciting. So taboo.


Learn ‘How the Scots Invented the Modern World’ at the Kaneko-UNO Library’s next book...

Looking to join a book club? If you're looking for lively discussions and good reads, you might want to swing by the Kaneko-UNO Library. The Curiosity...

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On Sunlight


John Green’s latest book delves into mental illness

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER “Turtles All the Way Down” is a difficult book to read. It is not difficult because it is poorly written or filled...

Time lost

Children overlooked lead overlooked lives.

Their toil to be seen through our eyes.

Why do some forget that time is short.

Each day brings us near the end.

 


Best-selling author visits Baxter Arena, carrying her pack

Photo courtesy Joni Kabana Kamrin Baker  Baxter Arena was half-full on the evening of Thursday, April 27, as young and old alike mingled with popcorn in...

Survival of the Fittest: The Hunger Games

    In the parcel of land once known as North America, ravaged by drought, storms, floods and war, a new country is born. It is called Panem, and in it lives a teenager faced with an impossible decision. There are few other options. The government has seen to that. Every year, two children from each of the 13 districts are chosen to participate in the Hunger Games, a televised fight to the death. Your name is called. You go...unless someone volunteers to go in your stead.