(VIDEO) Iowa City Public Library Recommends: The Fault in Our Stars

Every Friday we will be featuring some Staff Picks from the Iowa City Public Library that you can check out on the weekend. Also we have a list of their new video releases.


Nothing is better than having a good book or movie to look forward to for your weekend, at least that's what I think. This week we spoke with Brian Visser, Community Services Assistant at the , for his recommendation.

This week Visser speaks about his on again, off again relationship with author John Green, and how its on again in a big way with Green's new book The Fault in Our Stars. Click the link for Visser's written review of the book.

You can learn more about these and other staff picks at the Iowa City library by visiting their Staff Picks blog. For some other book suggestions, check out the suggestions in our discussion.

Happy reading and have a great weekend. Here are some of the new video releases that arrived at the Iowa City Library this week.

  • The Adventures of Mouse and Mole
  • Pokemon DP
  • Monkeying Around at the Zoo
  • Scooby Doo! And Safari Adventures
  • Christy
  • Jay Jay's Wig Wigglin' Adventures
  • The Darkest Hour
  • Possum's Tail
  • The Milk of Sorrow
  • Parks and Recreation: Season One
  • I'm Dirty and More Stories of Adventure and Science
  • Ecosystems and Blomes
  • The Story of Ireland
  • Matter
  • Rocks and Minerals
  • You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (the Wiggles)
  • Batman, the Brave and the Bold
  • Beyond Multiplication and Division
  • Achoo! Stop the Flu
  • Revenge of the Electric Car
  • The Iron Lady
  • A Lady Takes a Chance
  • Harold and the Purple Crayon
  • The Best of Bugs Bunny
  • The Lion King 2


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