UCSB Reads Picks Moby-Duck for 2012

The Annual Community Literature Event Kicks Off Thursday, January 12

UCSB Reads, the university’s annual community-wide reading event, kicks off January 12 with Donovan Hohn’s Moby-Duck. The 2011 book delves into a strange phenomenon involving the thousands of bath toys lost at sea, and the impact they have on our environment. For info on UCSB Reads, visit

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