Thursday, June 19, 2008

Jolly boating weather?: Readings for a sunny weekend

Need a book to take with you to relax in the park this weekend? Look no further. All of these are available at the Loyola/Notre Dame Library, and may also be available at the Enoch Pratt Free Library (don't forget, you can have them delivered to the branch nearest you!) or your local public library system.

Click through to see if it’s currently available at LNDL.

A move in the weather (poems), by Anthony Thwaite
PR6070.H9 M68 2003

Calm weather; a volume of essays, by Gilbert Oliver Thomas
PR6039.H58 C3 1966

Heavy weather, by P. G. Wodehouse
PR6045.O53 H4

Ethel Waters: Stormy weather, by Stephen Bourne
ML420.W24 B68 2007

  • Hear a recording of Ethel Waters performing "I Got Rhythm" on the PBS website for Ken Burns' film Jazz.

Sailing alone around the room: new and selected poems, by Billy Collins
PS 3553 .O47478 S25 2001

Blue is hot, red is cool: choosing the right color for your logo, editor David E. Carter.
NK1548 .B55 2001

Jolly boating weather,
And a hay harvest breeze,
Blade on the feather,
Shade off the trees
Swing, swing together
With your body between your knees.

William Cory, “Eton Boating Song,” from The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase, Saying, and Quotation. Reference PN6080 .O945 1997

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