MembroRoeschLeisure

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Etiquetas
fiction (412), permanent title (315), nonfiction (193), graphic novel (136), romance (118), young adult (110), Popular Romance Collection (91), Graphic Medicine Collection (88), man-woman relationships (70), Pride Reading List (70), love stories (57), fantasy (56), family (53), memoir (50), historical fiction (47), mystery fiction (39), autobiography (37), detective stories (37), science fiction (35), Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month Reading List (34), Black History Month Reading List (33), murder (31), LGBT (29), suspense fiction (28), friendship (27), interpersonal relations (27), diversity/inclusion (26), USA (26), history (26), Women's History Month Reading List (25), magic (25), Mental Health Awareness Reading List (25), African Americans (22), lesbians (20), secrecy (20), personal narratives (19), cartoonists (19), psychological fiction (17), biography (17), LGBTQ+ fiction (17), thrillers (16), good/evil (16), mental health (16), missing persons (15), Latinx Reading List (15), Lambda Literary Award (15), humor (15), translation (15), gay men (14), Goodreads Choice Award (14), domestic fiction (14), Edgar Award (14), mother/daughters (13), queer fiction (13), England (13), bildungsromans (13), Eisner Award (12), dating (12), religion/spirituality (12), identity (12), paranormal fiction (12), high school (12), short stories (12), family secrets (11), grief (11), love (11), Libby Award (11), women (11), medicine (11), Dayton Literary Peace Prize finalist (11), coming of age (11), imaginary places (11), female friendship (11), social conditions (11), cooking/food (11), gender identity (11), New York (11), death (11), sisters (11), romantic comedy (10), psychic trauma (10), ARC (10), Indigenous Peoples' Reading List (10), gay fiction (10), horror (10), race relations (10), racism (10), erotica (9), self-realization (9), Arab Heritage Month Reading List (9), serial killers (9), Great Britain (9), mental illness (9), action/adventure (9), sexual minorities (9), teenagers (9), lesbian fiction (9), college students (9), Indigenous Americans (9), chick lit (8), Bram Stoker Award (8), film/movies (8), National Book Award (8), Locus Award (8), London (8), Pulitzer Prize (8), horror fiction (8), Christianity (8), Asian Americans (8), government/politics (7), African American women (7), health (7), cookbooks (7), Best of Reading List (7), cold cases (7), art/artists (7), Chinese Americans (7), science (7), witches (7), dystopian fiction (7), psychology (7), family relationships (6), gender nonconformity (6), fairy tales (6), Gothic fiction (6), gay teenagers (6), dystopia (6), memory (6), California (6), monsters (6), Mexican Americans (6), islands (6), women authors (6), women cartoonists (6), Hugo Award (6), Oprah's Book Club (6), social class (6), teenage girls (6), survival (6), transgender fiction (6), authors (6), RNA Award (6), dragons (6), young women (5), cancer (5), social issues (5), siblings (5), actors (5), ghost stories (5), immigrants (5), World War 2 (5), breast cancer (5), assassins (5), Swoon Award (5), depression (5), Vietnamese Americans (5), violence (5), princes (5), athletics/sports (5), disabilities (5), dysfunctional family (5), married people (5), television (5), online dating (5), poetry (5), first love (5), father/daughters (5), GMA Book Club (5), family life (5), medical care (4), social customs (4), regency fiction (4), children (4), curses (4), letters (4), revenge (4), girls (4), books (4), imaginary wars (4), emigration/immigration (4), secret societies (4), manners/customs (4), doctors/physicians (4), disease (4), quick & easy cooking (4), Classical mythology (4), high school students (4), time travel (4), Christian life (4), India (4), bullying (4), suicide (4), Reese's Book Club (4), vampires (4), dating & sex (4), transgender (4), love triangles (4), coming out (4), missing children (4), bipolar disorder (4), refugees (4), blessings (4), life changing events (4), self-actualization (4), divorced women (4), brothers/sisters (4), Muslims (4), nurses (4), sexual abuse (4), romantic suspense (4), terminal illness (4), self-esteem (4), Hispanic Americans (4), emotions (4), twins (4), widows (4), conduct of life (4), substance abuse (3), Jewish families (3), parents (3), mother/sons (3), dogs (3), Civil War (US) (3), queer comics (3), black women (3), father/sons (3), discrimination (3), abduction/kidnapping (3), Chicago (IL) (3), literary characters (3), Kirkus Prize (3), holidays (3), Dublin (Ireland) (3), private investigators (3), caregivers (3), childbirth (3), war (3), aging (3), reading (3), environment (3), interracial relationships (3), superheroes (3), bisexuality (3), fate/fatalism (3), adoption (3), wealthy/rich people (3), foundlings/orphans (3), Vietnam War (3), best friends (3), Stonewall Children's & Young Adult Literature Award (3), musicians/singers (3), quests (3), Egypt (3), climate change (3), Jews/Judaism (3), brothers (3), gods/goddesses (3), princesses (3), anxiety (3), aristocracy (3), organized crime (3), inheritance (3), self-care (3), sexual orientation (3), criminal investigation (3), space/time (3), boarding schools (3), booksellers (3), neighbors (3), Wisconsin (3), bisexuals (3), sexual attraction (3), bisexual fiction (3), literary adaptations (3), happiness (3), marriage (3), biblical teaching (3), deals (3), Alzheimer's Disease (3), haunted houses (3), fugitive slaves (3), social isolation (3), China (3), parent/child (3), sex roles (3), novellas (3), gay comics (3), bereavement (3), manga (3), essays (3), grandmothers (3), Canada (3), teenage boys (3), noir fiction (3), Virginia (3), underground comics (3), mother/child (3), eating disorders (3), epilepsy/epileptics (3), nature (2)
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Nuvem de Etiquetas, Nuvem de Autores, Espelho de etiquetas
Média
Aderiu
Oct 14, 2008
Acerca da Minha Biblioteca
This is a dynamic collection that changes with the introduction/removal of titles every week. It is intended to serve the widest possible audience by including fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, and poetry. All genres are considered including diversity/inclusion, seasonal, and young adult titles.
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This page is dedicated to the Roesch Library Leisure Reading Collection at the University of Dayton.
Localização
Dayton, OH
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http://library.udayton.edu
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