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Books and Reading

Information to help you find a book to read.

 

Spend some time browsing the links on the left to find suggestions for a good book to read.  We enjoy reading just as much as you do and we'd love to talk to you about books. Stop into the library to see our displays of featured books, or talk to a librarian about what you're reading, or to get ideas on what to read next.

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The library subscribes to BRIDGES an online audio book service.  To access the titles in Bridges the patron needs to have an active library card.  Two books can be checked out at a time for a lending period of 1 week.  The books can be listened to on the computer, downloaded to an mp3 player or burned to CDs if the publisher has given permission.  All mp3 formats are supported including the iPod. For further information on using BRIDGESto download books contact the library.  If you have a 3 digit library card number put 30 before the number of the library card.  If you have a 4 digit library card number just add the number 3 before number of your library card.

Example: 123 would be 30123

9999 would be 39999

You do not need to use the G or the R when signing into the BRIDGES site.

BRIDGES can be accessed from any computer, tablet or smart phone.

 

  • Use the form in the column to the left to suggest a book for purchase.
  • Call or e-mail the library to place a hold on a book.
  • Tell us what you thought of a book by submitting a Book Talk form.
The love of learning, the sequestered nooks,
And all the sweet serenity of books.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 - 1882)