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On Display at Odum 2022: November: Native American Heritage Month

Second Floor Display


November Poster

Didn't see what you want?

If you're looking for a resource not available at Odum Library, you can use GIL Express to borrow books from any of the University System of Georgia (USG) Libraries or Inter-Library Loans to borrow from libraries outside our system!

If you love a piece of media and think we need it in the collection you can let us know by filling out our request form!

Other November Themes

Highlighted books for Native American Heritage Month

In the Library



Fiction and Poetry

Outside Resources

National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo, is a national contest to write a 50,000 word rough draft of a novel in November every year. The organization provides support to writers trying the challenge. For those more interested in academic writing, there is another community called AcWriMo that is held at the same time that focuses on academic writing!

Many writers use skills that can be cultivated and enhanced from playing games. We suggest a trip to the games section on the second floor for skill practice and inspiration from games like Dungeons & Dragons, Vers: the rap game, Ten Candles, Nerd Words: Science, Quickword, and many more!

Contact us

If any material listed is problematic or you would like to suggest future recommendations and themes please contact Crystal Miller at! They would love feedback, or just to talk about books!