Saturday, June 23, 2012

Library of Congress Exhibit: Books That Shaped America

Books are more then just prose, plot, and an author's perspective. They speak to us in many ways by sparking controversy, introspection, and creativity within ourselves.

In order to increase our knowledge of the value of the book on the American conscience, the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., has developed an exhibit titled Books That Shaped America which will open on June 25th.

By viewing the link below you will learn more about this exhibit and view the titles which were chosen by the Library of Congress for their impact on the American psyche.

This link will lead you to a web page where you can watch a video produced by the Library of Congress showcasing individual authors, librarians, and library employees picks for Books That Shaped America.