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Carolyn Heft is trying to start a new book club that will meet in the evening once a month. Interested? Contact her at 496-7530 or email@example.com
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Featuring books available through Freading, a downloadable eBook service for Warren Library card holders.
In 1980, a twenty-three-year-old student named Aaron Lansky set out to rescue the world’s abandoned Yiddish books before it was too late. Twenty-five years and one and a half million books later, he’s still in the midst of a great adventure. Filled with poignant and often laugh-out-loud tales from Lansky’s travels across the country as he collected books from older Jewish immigrants—books their own children had no use for—Outwitting History also explores brilliant Yiddish writers and enables us to see how an almost-lost culture is the bridge between the Old World and the future.
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I'll upload the newsletter to the web-site each quarter just in case that might be more convenient for some of our patrons. Here is the current issue.
Why learn a language?
Free language courses available at your library. We have several on the shelf: Spanish (468.3421), Russian (458.3421), Japanese (458-3421), French (443), German (430). Some courses are available online: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean and ESL (English as a Second Language). To reach the language courses go to http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/vol_w25?db=PWSP and log in using your library card number. You'll be prompted to set up a log-in name and password for future use. If you don't know your number, just call the library at 496-3913 and we'll be glad to help you get started.
Read the series in order? This can be a challenge sometimes!
But eSequels can help!
Log in using your library card number. This site is a bit slow, but it can be helpful if you are getting frustrated trying to read a particular series all the way through in order.
Thousands of eBooks for Warren patrons
Do you have an eBook reader? Interested in free content? Go to http://warrenlibrary.freading.com/index and log in with your library card number. (Note: this will only work with Warren numbers for the time being). This system works with "tokens". Every patron can use up to 5 tokens per week. Unused tokens roll over. If the library runs out of tokens we can increase our allotment. Let me know if you have questions. (Note: compatible with most eReaders, but of the Kindle family, only with Kindle Fire)
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check out the free resources at consumer.gov and consumidor.gov (same info, but in Spanish).
Great list of library benefits.
The Mad River Valley Libraries (Joslin Memorial, Waitsfield; Moretown Memorial; and Warren Public Library) do not offer every single one of these services, but we do have a lot of them with more in the pipeline.
Check it out at your local public library! http://www.pjstar.com/blogs/checkitout/x142966941/60-Ways-to-Use-a-Library-Card
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Talking about Books is a small business, run by a librarian, which supplies sets of books at modest cost.