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Looking for Fiber Art for August Exhibit
All the info you need is on this handy poster! We have extra copies if you would like to put one up, just zap an e-mail to Warrenlibrary@gmavt.net and I'll get a paper version off to you.
8 Large Print Titles: Incoming!
Every three months, Warren Public Library receives 8 new Large Print Titles from the Special Services Unit and returns the previous 8 titles. Just in:
Open Season by Linda Howard
Limitations by Scott Turow
the Fifth Horseman by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
Talk Nerdy to Me by Vicki Lewis Thompson
Rogue by Danielle Steel
The Widow by Carla Neggers
Black Order by James Rollins
Deep and Silent Waters by Charlotte Lamb
The Large Print books are on top of the bookcase which is backed up against my desk. We have 11 more which are part of our permanent collection. I can also find books in Large Print and borrow them if there is a particular title you would like to read. Just let me know.
We've got seeds!
One packet of tomato seeds is all that is left. We may have some more tomato seedlings to give away, but I'm not sure.
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.
Free Online Legal Help
LawHelp.org is your gateway to a national network of statewide legal information portals dedicated to providing free online legal resources to individuals with limited means. Get help on family law, housing, public benefits and consumer issues.
Have a problem that is specific to Vermont? Try http://www.vtlawhelp.org/
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)
New Books are here
Come on down and take some out...before the new book cart collapses--just kidding! But we do have an amazing selection of the latest stuff, fiction and non-fiction.
Here is the link to the list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EnmaOM-xDM5ph6f8AJ-wVo7USEnfYJTo0BnVsJU9fEo/pub
Please contact me if...
Whoops! I did a special order of two books for someone and now I find I have no record of who they are for. The books are Hero for Wondla and Search for Wondla, both by DiTerlizzi. Give me a call at 496-3913 if you requested these books! Sorry for the screw-up!
Job hunting?We've got help!
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Having problems with fraud, deception or unfair businesses?
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
New downloadable audio from Recorded Books
We have "always available" downloadable audiobooks from Recorded Books.
One Click Digital New Releases for Adults
One Click Digital New Releases for Children
What is your library worth to you?
I've added in a fascinating summary of the nationwide struggle for and value of library services. Take a look!
FIND YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY
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DATA SOURCE: IMLS
Thank you to StateStats.org
for providing this infographic and other free web guides and tools.
Try out this handy calculator to figure out the financial benefit to you and your family from your public library.
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Book Club Resources
Sets of books available
Talking about Books is a small business, run by a librarian, which supplies sets of books at modest cost.