Books by Alumni, Faculty, and Staff

By Heather Taylor-Johnson ’95

Featured Book

 Jean Harley Was Here

Heather Taylor-Johnson ’95

Skyhorse, October 2018

When an accident claims the life of the beloved Jean Harley, her husband, son, mother, and best friends are left to grieve in different ways. And the man who caused the accident struggles with boundless guilt. But as life without Jean goes on, her indelible spirit remains. This literary novel – Heather Taylor-Johnson’s first to be published outside Australia – was shortlisted for the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction and was reviewed in the New York Times Book Review.

Books of note

Before They Were the Cubs: The Early Years
of Chicago’s First Professional Baseball Team

Jack Bales, reference and humanities librarian

McFarland, April 2019

Quadratic Number Theory: An Invitation to Algebraic Methods in the Higher Arithmetic

J.L. Lehman, professor of mathematics

American Mathematical Society, February 2019

My Dog and Me: An Inspirational
Journal for Dogs and Their People

Maria Christina Schultz M.Ed. ’11

edited by Lisa Chinn Marvashti ’92

Bowker, January 2019

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