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Our library book displays for December cover Christmas books and Learn a Foreign Language. We have these and lots of other options--books, dvds, audiobooks, games, etc for holiday fun!

Christmas Display Learn a Language
Encyclopedia of Christmas The Languages of the World
Norman Rockwell's Christmas Book Collins Speak Portuguese
Christmas in America: A History Czech Phrasebook
Christmas Night in the Quarters English-Finnish for Beginners
The Trapp Family Book of Christmas Songs Modern Hebrew for Beginners
The Christmas Pig by Kinky Freidman Easy Arabid Grammar
A Redbird Christmas by Fanny Flagg Visual Hindi-English Bilingual Dictionary
Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem by Maya Angelou The Sounds of Japanese
Noche Buena: Hispanic American Christmas Stories Japanese Core Words and Phrases
Hercule Poirot's Christmas by Agatha Christie Chinese for Beginners
The Quiet Little Woman: A Christmas Story by Louisa May Alcott The Caddoan, Iroquoian, and Siouan Languages
International Book of Christmas Carols Russian Course
Christmas Music from Baroque Mexico New Latin Grammar
Christmas Belles: A Play German Coursebook
Christmas Oratorium CD by J.S. Bach Italian Made Simple
Women in Chant: the Announcement of Christmas CD Routledge Intensive Italian Course
Celtic Women Home for Christmas CD Practice Makes Perfect Basic Spanish
Die Hard dvd Speed up Your Spanish
Love Actually dvd French Grammar Drills
The Nutcracker dvd Practice Makes Perfect Basic French


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Study rooms will be walk-up only for the rest of the semester. Students must book at the Circulation desk on the 2nd Floor Commons. You may not book ahead of time. Please reserve the room so we know you are there!

Bookings are limited to students of UHV and VC only for 2 hour increments.

One renewal will be allowed at the end of the bookings if no one is waiting for a room. 

Group rooms require 3 people present to book/Conference room 2110 will require 6 people present to book.

There is ample study space in the library for individuals so 2 or more will have priority over single users. 

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