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2010 Featured Arrivals   Tags: audiobooks, dvds, ebooks, films, good books, new books, recommended reading  

Selected new materials added to the BSC Library collection in 2010. Need to catch up on your reading? Check these out!
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New Library Materials

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The Anthology of Rap - Adam Bradley (Editor); Andrew DuBois (Editor); Chuck D (Afterword by); Henry Louis Gates
Call Number: ML3531 .A57 2010
ISBN: 9780300141900
Publication Date: 2010-11-09

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Cannabiz - John Geluardi
Call Number: RM666.C266 G45 2010
ISBN: 0982417195
Publication Date: 2010-10-01

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My Druthers - Art Rude
Call Number: PS3618.U335 M9 2010
ISBN: 1432761463
Publication Date: 2010-11-22

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Erotic City - Josh Sides
Call Number: HQ18.U5 S543 2009
ISBN: 9780195377811
Publication Date: 2009-10-19

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The Railroads That Tamed the West - written and produced by Alison Trinkl ; producer, Bruce Nash ; Jaffe Productions ; Hearst Entertainment Television.
Call Number: Media TF23.6 .M63 2005
ISBN: 9780767085021
Publication Date: 2005
A profile of the transcontinental railroads that united the nation and subdued the West. Dramatizations, period photographs, and extensive interviews combine to animate this vigorous period in U.S. history.


New Library Materials

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Athletes Who Indulge Their Dark Side - Stanley H. Teitelbaum
Call Number: GV706.4 .T42 2010
ISBN: 9780313377563
Publication Date: 2009-12-01

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An Entirely Synthetic Fish - Anders Halverson
Call Number: QL638.S2 H187 2010
ISBN: 9780300140873
Publication Date: 2010-03-02

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Blindspots - Bruno Breitmeyer
Call Number: BF241 .B728 2010
ISBN: 9780195394269
Publication Date: 2010-04-12

Scourge of the Black Death - produced by FilmRoos, Inc. for the History Channel.
Call Number: Media RC178.A1 S26 2005
ISBN: 076708523X
Publication Date: 2005
Conducts an in-depth investigation into the deadliest disease in history. Renowned historians trace its spread and the sweeping changes it introduced to society, while scientists explain how the disease functions.

Paris, je t'aime - First Look Studios ; Victoires International and Pirol Film Production present a Claudie Ossard and Emmanuel Benbihy production ; in association with Arrival Cinema ; co-produced by Burkhard Von Schenk ; directed by Olivier Assayas ... [et al.].
Call Number: Media PN1997.2 P37 2007
ISBN: 9781592417742
Publication Date: 2007
The world's top directors and some of America's top stars create a panoramic portrait of Paris. Find yourself transported by these sexy, romantic, haunting, dramatic, and beautiful stories.



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