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Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee. One Amazing Thing. New York: Voice, 2009.
See the OCU Reads page for information on the Creative Competition.
Read reviews of the book linked under the "Articles" tab above.
Check out the the "Articles," "Books," and "Web" tabs above. They will provide links to suggested readings on topics related to Farm City, including urban agriculture, community gardening, and urban life.
Please send your ideas for additional resources to email@example.com
EBSCOhost includes many reviews.
The library has access to thousands of Articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers about themes included in One Amazing Thing. Many of these are available directly from the computer. Others are available in the library or within a few weeks through “interlibrary loan”. The following subjects and databases are simply a sample of what is available.
The general EBSCOhost search box at the top of the library page is good for getting started with broad topics, for example,
Academic Search Complete is great for more targeted subject searching, for example, "earthquakes in literature"
Project Muse provides access to academic articles in the humanities. Try searches such as "pluralism in literature" or"storytelling and conflict"
JSTOR provides access to older academic journal articles, which can provide interesting perspectives. Try searches such as "storytelling and India"
For additional perspectives, explore subject related databases. Try the links below search or choose from a complete list of databases.
For books, DVDs, videos, or government documents on related subjects, use the search box at the top of the page to search the library’s catalog or WorldCat (for items available within a few weeks through “interlibrary loan”).
Electronic Books are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week directly from your computer. Here is a selection of books on race relations and racial identity from the library’s electronic collection:
Sax, Boria. Storytelling in Daily Life: Performing Narrative. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2004. (also on reserve at the circulation desk call number 808.543 L261s 2004)
McLeod, John. History of India. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2002.
Committee on Disaster Research in the Social Sciences. Facing Hazards and Disasters Understanding Human Dimensions. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press, 2006.