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Where are the fiction books?

Need a break from academic reading and looking for some fun books?

Well you don’t have to go very far to check out the Oviatt Library’s fiction collection. We have a variety of fiction books to fulfill your reading needs. Watch the new Research Therapy video session to learn where you can find them!

Looking for some fun reading? Try these locations….

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For Young Adult and Children’s fiction visit the Teacher’s Curricular Center (TCC).
bestsellers
Try looking in the Bestsellers Collection for popular books.  These are on the first shelf of the reference collection.
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The Robert and Maureen Gohstand Leisure Reading Room has a collection of works intended to encourage reading for recreation and pleasure.
DSC_0148Try browsing the Language and Literature section. Generally speaking, English-language fiction can be found in the PR (English) and PS (American) sections.

 

Thank you.

  – Jamie Johnson

Research Therapy: Finding Fiction Books at the Library Is Easy

Need a break from academic reading and looking for some fun books?

Well you don’t have to go very far to check out the Oviatt Library’s fiction collection. We have a variety of fiction books to fulfill your reading needs. Watch the new Research Therapy video session to learn where you can find them!

fiction books video

In addition, here is a quick guide of the different locations you can find our fiction books:

Books on the Garden Floor of the Oviatt Library
For Young Adult and Children’s fiction visit the Teacher’s Curricular Center (TCC).
Books on the Main Floor of the Oviatt Library
Try looking in the Bestsellers Collection for popular fiction – just next to the reference desk.
Books on the Second Floor of the Oviatt Library
The Bob and Maureen Gohstand Leisure Reading Room located off the Tseng Gallery in the West Wing houses a variety of fiction literature.
Books on the Third Floor of the Oviatt Library
Try browsing the Language and Literature section. These fiction books will be shelved with other literature such as essays, drama, poetry and literary criticism. Generally speaking, English-language fiction can be found in the PR and PS sections on shelves. PR for English fiction and PS for American fiction.

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Thank you.

– Anna Fidgeon

  – Jamie Johnson