February's displays are overflowing with materials to keep you reading, viewing, listening, and thinking. We all need the distraction from winter's blasts.
* Black History Month. Peruse the large selection of books, movies, music, and books-on-cd that reflect and explore the experiences of African Americans and their enrichment of American society and culture. You're sure to learn many new things.
* New York Times Notable Books of 2008. Each year, the NYT selects 100 books as the most notable of the year. Here, you'll find novels, mysteries, history, poetry, travel, design, cooking, and more. Check it out to see if you agree that these are the finest books published in 2008.
* Abraham Lincoln's 200th Anniversary. Born on February 12, 1809, Abraham Lincon is considered our greatest president. In this historic year, we have even more reason to celebrate his birth and life. Our display can only feature a few of the plethora of writings that have examined his life and legacy.