New Year, New Books

One of the greatest pleasures of working in a library is opening up boxes filled with new books for the collection. This is just a smattering of new titles the library received in late 2023. Be sure to open up a browser and search the UW Libraries catalog to see more.

The Chicago River: A Natural and Unnatural History by Libby Hill. Carbondale, Ill: Southern Illinois University Press, 2019.

Exploring Science Through Young Adult Literature, edited by Paula Greathouse, Melanie Hundley and Stephanie Wendt. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield; 2023.

Ganawenindiwag: Working With Plant Relatives to Heal and Protect Gichigami Shorelines by the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission, et al. [n.p.: GLIFWC, n.d.] Also available for download:

Lessons From Turtle Island: Native Curriculum in Early Childhood Classrooms by Guy W. Jones. St. Paul, Minn.: Redleaf Press, 2002.

Uncovering Great Lakes Shipwrecks by Kathryn Wesgate. New York: Enslow Publishing, 2023.

Wastewater-Based Disease Surveillance for Public Health Action by U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Community Wastewater-based Infectious Disease Surveillance. Washington, D.C.:National Academies Press, 2023.

Water: How We Can Protect Our Freshwater by Catherine Barr. Somerville, Mass.: Candlewick Press, 2023.

Water Beings: From Nature Worship to the Environmental Crisis by Veronica Strang. London: Reaktion Books Ltd., 2023.

Anyone in Wisconsin can borrow these books. Just email