Some of the new titles in the Library this month:
On Wednesday November 27, 2013, the final candidates were announced for the 2014 Canada Reads competition on CBC. If you are interested in keeping up with the debates, here are the contenders and the panelists that are defending them:
Come to the College Library and check out the international sports and conditioning journals which provide information on sport-specific training programs, injury prevention guidelines, nutritional plans, and more information than you imagined possible on the subject of sports and training. Some examples:
Come up to the Selkirk College Library in Castlegar and see our large display of books on the subject of Aboriginal culture in Canada. Take a look at our booklist for some of the titles available. Here are covers of some of the titles:
Take your best shot at literary fame and fortune! Enter to win the Ralph Gustafson Poetry Prize or the Best Short Fiction Prize, with two honourable mentions in each category. All submissions must be postmarked by December 1, 2o13. For contest details see The Fiddlehead. Best of luck!
Edmonton author Lynn Coady won the $50,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize for the year's best book of Canadian fiction. For more on this story, go to cbc.ca. This title is available at the Selkirk College Library.
Check out the latest additions to the Selkirk College Library -- click on the cover art to take a look inside...