I'm just pages away from finishing Midnight in Chernobyl. I should have finished last night, but I fell asleep in seconds. I've only get the notes to get through. This was a great book. I love narrative non-fiction and, while this one was heavy on the hard sciences, it was easy to follow and read like a thriller.
For work right now, I'm making my way through two different books. The first is Assessing Service Quality: Satisfying the Expectations of Library Customers by Peter Hernon and Ellen Altman. One of my work areas is customer service. This book is helping me figure out a few ways to assess how we're doing. It's probably way to long for what it is, but that happens a lot with academic texts. I'm also reading How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi. This one is most for me, but also will help me with our antiracism LibGuide. It's a lot to take in, but I like the mix of lessons and memoir.
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