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How to Find Science Fiction in OneSearch
There is no Science Fiction section separate from regular fiction and no colorful stickers identifying science fiction books. Therefor you cannot find Science Fiction by browsing the shelves. Instead:
- Search on a known Author.
- Search on a known Title.
- Search on the topic Science Fiction.
- Use one of the many lists included in this LibGuide for ideas.
Welcome to the Science Fiction LibGuide, home to a select bibliography of the library's science fiction and fantasy collections. Here you will find such classics as
's Stranger in a Strange Land and Tolkien's Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
Dune, by Frank Herbert
Call Number: PS3558.E63 D8 2010
Hugo and Nebula Award Winner
Some say the best Science Fiction book of all time.
By the way, the books is "lots" better than the movie!
Stranger in a Strange Land by
Call Number: PS3515.E288 S88 1991b
Hugo Award Winner.
Some say the best science fiction novel of all time.
Call Number: PS3572.O5 S6
Ranked the 18th greatest English language novel of the 20th century by Modern Library, Some say the greatest science fiction novel of all time.
The Hunger Games by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.C6837 Hun 2008
The Hunger Games was on the New York Times Best Seller list for over 100 consecutive weeks. Now a major motion picture.
The Giver by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.L9673 Gi 1994
Imagine a society without pain or strive...or memory.
Brave new world : a novel / by Aldous Huxley
Call Number: PR6015.U9 B65 1946
Ranked the 5th greatest English language novel of the 20th century by Modern Library, Some say the greatest science fiction novel of all time.
Got some Sci-Fi books you would like to donate? Don't wait until the paper turns yellow and the bindings crack. Pass them on while they still have some mileage on them.
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