Reed Library's Music Collection - located on the Mezzanine Level of Reed Library - is the largest and most diverse subject collection in the library. The Music Collection contains scores and performance parts, books on music, sound recordings (CDs, LPs), and DVDs.
Collections include: Stefan Zweig, Sigurd Rascher, Holland Land Company, Native American, Local History, Manuscripts, Records of the Coalition on West Valley Nuclear Wastes State University of New York at Fredonia Archives, Masters These and Capstone Projects.
The collection includes Common Core materials, Caldecott and Newbery medal and honor books and more.
In recognition of the extra-curricular needs of students, faculty and staff, and community, the library will maintain a small leisure reading collection made up of donations and regular purchases of mass-market paperbacks of general interest. The collection includes fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels.
The collection consists of literary works grouped in different stages based on word count and difficulty level.
Dramas, comedies, musicals, documentaries, dance, and more.
The newest books added to Reed Library, organized by subject.