Celebrate National Library Week with the TCC Libraries! Need a magazine fix? We have you covered.
The TCC Libraries are currently running a free trial of Flipster, an online magazine provider. Flipster includes
- Coloring books
- Comic books
- Cooking magazines
- Fashion magazines
- Hobby magazines
- News magazines
There are current magazines in Flipster of all kinds. Check it out to see if it includes your favorite magazine and let us know what you think!
Need more library fun for the weekend? Check out Trinity River Library’s blog!
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Celebrate National Library Week with the TCC Libraries! We have something for everyone!
The Fantasy Genre
The fantasy genre is sometimes relegated to children’s literature by those who don’t read it, but fantasy spans the full range of age groups. Fantasy novels often feature complex world-building, and some use fictional worlds to explore a wide range of real-life problems. Check out our ebooks for a taste of fantasy!
- Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James is a dark fantasy which incorporates African mythology into a mismatched group of outsiders’ hunt for a missing boy.
- The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien had an influence on modern fantasy which cannot be overestimated. This is classic fantasy literature.
- A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin is for those of you who like a good dose of politics with your dragons. Extensive world-building and strong characters make this a must-read for fantasy fans.
- Interview with the Vampire by Ann Rice bridges horror and fantasy and was one of the key books to bring vampires to the popularity they enjoy today.
- The Lady of the Lake by Anderzej Sapkowski is one of the Wicher books popularized by the videogames and the new Netflix series. Since this ebook is free to TCC students, you don’t have to toss a coin to your Witcher.
National Library Week continues at the other TCC libraries! Check out the latest posts!
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