The eclectic March library display is made up of library items curated by Audrey Williams of Access Services. Topics range from sleep disorders to dreams (fiction, nonfiction, and music) and only represents a small array of the resources that the library has to offer and can be checked out.
A good place to start your research on sleep and dreams is the library’s Research Guides, and the Reference Desk and Circulation Desk are always happy to help you with find what you need. Plus the library has eBooks and streaming media that can help you research your topics. For example, a few ebook titles on sleep and dreams are Encyclopedia of sleep and dreams: the evolution, function, nature, and mysteries of slumber, The interpretation of dreams, and The Slumbering Masses: Sleep, Medicine, and Modern American Life. You can also stream The Sleeping Beauty and Lucid Dreaming from the Alexander Street Press databases.