We’re happy to provide reading lists based on the topics of the night’s lectures. Here’s a taste of this month:
To accompany Oliver Uberti’s talk entitled, "Where the Wild Things Go, Using Modern Technology to Map Nature’s Elusive Animals", we suggest you read his book, Where the Animals Go.
Liam O’Donoghue and Joey Enos’ will discuss "Art of the Emeryville Mud Flats". If you'd like to learn more, we suggest Early Emeryville Remembered: Historical Essays and Photographs, compiled and edited by the Emeryville Historical Society
And finally, if you enjoy hearing about "Animal Myths and Daddy Long-Legs", as will be presented by Ignacio Escalante, you might also enjoy reading Medusa's Gaze and Vampire's Bite: The Science of Monsters by Matt Kaplan
Visit our table at Nerd Nite, Monday, September 25th, 7 pm, at Club 21 in Uptown (2111 Franklin Street). We’ll have even more reading suggestions, flyers for programs, and maybe even some cool buttons. You can also sign up for a library card!