Three more themed activities this semester promote fun and learning for Penn State students in the University Libraries. Beginning on Monday, Feb. 6, the shelves in the Franklin Atrium of the Pattee Library on Penn State’s University Park campus will be filled with both fiction and non-fiction books available for students to take on a reading date.
This “Blind Date with a Book” provides just a few clues and keywords in describing the wrapped books with hundreds of titles available. Books may not be unwrapped until after they are checked out at the lending services desk.
For more information about “Blind Date with a Book” and upcoming student engagement events, read the Penn State News article.