Unwind your mind with DePaul libraries' popular reading collection
June 19, 2012
DePaul's Loop and Lincoln Park Libraries have unveiled a recreational reading collection called "Unwind the Mind," featuring contemporary fiction, popular non-fiction and best sellers like Kathryn Stockett’s “The Help” or “Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game” by Michael Lewis.
By renting, rather than buying, these titles from the vendor, the libraries can always offer the latest and most popular titles, rotating them in and out of the collection as interest peaks and then declines.
Unwind the Mind helps DePaul libraries meet demand for more leisure reading, and are also in line with the libraries’ mission to promote lifelong literacy. While the collection was created to encourage DePaul students to read, faculty and staff are also welcome to check out any of these popular titles.
The libraries are encouraging patrons to make suggestions about other popular titles that could be included in the collection by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unwind the Mind titles are available on the main floors of the Loop and Lincoln Park libraries. See a listing of available titles here.