Thursday, February 12, 2015

Blind Date with a Book!


blind, adj.  /blaɪnd/  date, n.  /deɪt/

1. A social engagement between two persons [or a person and a book!] who have not previously met, usually arranged by a mutual acquaintance [such as the library!]
2. Either of the persons participating in such a social engagement.


Library staff are trying their hands as matchmakersstop by the display in the Mudd Academic Commons and take a chance on book that you can't judge by its cover:  
  • No peeking… select a book that intrigues you
  • Check it out at the Circulation Desk – find out what you’ve picked afterwards
  • If things don't work out, just return the book (no hard feelings, unlike with some real blind dates!)
  • The good ones are definitely not all taken!


                    Happy Valentine’s Day!


***  We'll add new books to the display on Thursday and Friday until they're all gone.  If you miss out, check again later in the day, and remember that many lonely, eligible books await in the stacks...  OBIS can help you find them!  ***




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