Newbery Award winning author Ingrid Law launched her newest book Switch at the Library on September 1. There was fun, prizes, cake, and smiles all around.
It’s National Library Card Sign-Up Month! Why bother to get a card? Here’s an interesting point supplied by Katie, our Outreach Librarian.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the average American household spends over $2800 a year on entertainment. Make a dent in that $2800 by using the library as a source of entertainment for your family. DVD’s, books, Internet access, story times and other programs are just the beginning – and they are all FREE. Stop in today and start saving money!
Check out these 3-word reviews by TAB member Evan and staff member Christine!
[Update, Jan. 2017: The lists featured here have outdated links as we switched to a new catalog in Sept. 2016. Search for titles referenced below, and other genealogy resources, in the new catalog, or try our Ancestry.com database at a Library computer.]
Researching your family tree and not sure where to start? Here’s a printable list of some great resources we have to offer, including books to help you get organized, a premium database available in the library, Ancestry.com, and links to other great sources of genealogical data. The list also contains catalog links so you can check availability. You’ll find some of these titles on display in September in the Nonfiction area of the Library.
Check out this great post from http://www.readbrightly.com!