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The library offers a variety of digital services, from ebooks to homework help to streaming movies. In fact, there’s a lot to digest when you start looking at all the options, but we’re always here to help. At this exact moment, though, we can’t always help in the ways we used to. Because of the […]

It’s that spooky time of year again when even folks who aren’t normally horror readers dive into something a little scary, or at least a bit eerie or otherworldly. But maybe you aren’t sure what to read. There are those classic horror books you’ve been meaning to get around to, but then you think perhaps […]

We’re heading into the weekend, and some of you are probably looking for something to watch and listen to. We, of course, have loads of DVDs and CDs, but have you ever wondered what’s coming soon? Well, I’m here to take care of that. Below is a list of some of the new DVDs and […]

Let’s imagine that you’ve always wanted to write a novel. You can feel the creative energy within yourself, yearning for an outlet. You have stories playing out behind your closed eyes. There are characters and places that you feel you know, even though they do not exist outside your own head. But then you stop […]

Can you actually believe that October is just two days away? Honestly, I’m still trying to figure out where the summer went, and I’m entirely reluctant to put my sandals away. And yet, here we are. On the upside, this means new books will be arriving, and we have a list of some of the […]

    Tomorrow (which I should point out is Friday, September 18, because in these days of COVID, time is a nebulous concept) is Read an Ebook Day. “What is that? Better yet, why should I care?” you wonder softly into your coffee. Well, let me tell you all about it, including why ebooks are […]

Get ready for A LOT of information on economic impact payments!  We are approaching deadlines on September 30, 2020 and October 15, 2020 for certain groups, so be sure to look through these helpful links and see if it applies to you.  This information is provided by www.irs.gov. News Releases IR-2020-203, IRS to mail special […]

The American Library Association and OverDrive offer a fantastic online reading group called Libraries Transform Book Pick. The idea is to get library user across the country reading the same great book at the same time, all while talking about it with each other on social media. Their latest book is Lauren Francis-Sharma’s new novel, […]

Hey everyone. There’s one more list of new adult items in September to share, and that’s DVDs. See what’s new in movies, foreign films, TV, and nonfiction. Place your holds now in our catalog! Shelia   MOVIES Archive Benjamin Big Ugly Coma Cut Off Downhill Emperor Everyday Miracles Fishbowl Irresistible Legacy of Lie Made in […]

I hope everyone enjoyed their holiday weekend. I certainly did, spending time at home with my husband, doing projects. But now we’re back at it, and as I promised last week when I posted the new adult fiction,  I have returned with new nonfiction. Enjoy and place your holds in the catalog! Shelia   REGULAR […]