Be sure to check out the New York Times Best Sellers for the latest in what people are reading. The library has the latest popular authors and titles found on the list. With your library card, you also have access to eBooks. To browse the selection, click here. Your library card number is used to log on.
If you enjoy the freedom to choose what you read, then check out Banned Books Week. See the criticism that certain works have received throughout the years. Find out for yourself if the criticized works are deserving of such criticism. To find out about Banned Books Week, click the link above, or picture below.
Have you ever wondered about the who, what, where, when, and why of an historical individual’s life? The library has biographies from fields such as, political, religious, sports, entertainment, and more. Should a biography be at another library, we can place a hold on that book and have it sent here. Stop by the library to check out our Biography Section today. To search the library catalog, click here.
September 8 is International Literacy Day. Reading will be a part of your day no matter what you do. Enjoy reading a book on September 8, or any day of the year. Stop by the library to check out a book today!
Find out what happened on a particular date in Florida’s history by visiting The Florida Times Union Blog, or the Florida Historical Society. Click the links to access the sites. While you’re searching the sites, go on over to Viva Florida 500 and celebrate the 500 anniversary of Juan Ponce de Leon’s landing on the east coast.
Stop by, or contact the library at 729-5406 to sign up for the Spanish and French language classes that resume in September. French language classes start at 1:30 pm on Tuesday, September 10. Spanish classes begin 1:30 pm Wednesday, Sepetember 11.