Your Library is Mobile! Come and learn about the several library e-resources available to you for free. The presentation will be on Wednesday, January 8th from 1 to 3 p.m. You will learn how to access these mobile services. Bring along your device, and be sure to bring your app store login and your password.,
You will be able to access e-books, audio books, magazines and newspapers using these resources for free.
The library will close on the 24th of December and open again on January 2nd.
We have lots of new DVDs for our collection, thanks to the kind donations by Erika Smith and Susan Ruby-Dunne.
There’s Snow Better Time to Read!
Two books that provide pleasant reading are A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles and The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Genoff, author of the Orphan’s Tale. The Gentleman in Moscow is about an aristocrat who is sentenced to house arrest in a five star hotel. The story is full of wit, whimsy,and philosophical musings. Russian history takes up much of the story, and while the hero is confined to a hotel, he meets many fascinating people during his stay.
The Lost Girls of Paris is a remarkable story of the courage and fortitude of three girls who were secret agents during World War 11 in France. It is also a tribute to the power of female friendship.
Happy Reading and Happy Holidays