Tag Archives: ebooks

Featured eBooks: Our Neighbours to the North

Inside the library, when we have books that we know you will absolutely love, we put them out on display. We certainly don’t want our eBook readers to miss out on all of the fun, so here you have it: eBooks on Display. All of these books are available for download in our Overdrive eBook collection....
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Featured eBooks: Gluten Free Cooking

Inside the library, when we have books that we know you will absolutely love, we put them out on display. We certainly don’t want our eBook readers to miss out on all of the fun, so here you have it: eBooks on Display. Gluten-Free Cookbooks are incredibly popular in our print collection, so we thought you might enjoy some of our Gluten-Free Cooking eBooks, which are available online in our Overdrive collection. They...
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May Reads

May was a lazy reading month for me, I’ve only got through two titles!  I took the picture for this months post at the Field Museum in Chicago, IL. They have an amazing dinosaur exhibit and this particular dinosaur is SUE the T-Rex! Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton (I Own but Never Read) I love love love the Jurassic Park movies. And in light of the upcoming premier of Jurassic...
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Comics & eBooks now available on Hoopla

We’re happy to let you know that Comics and eBooks are now available on Hoopla! From Ghostbusters and Garfield, to Sons of Anarchy and Dr. Who, we’ve got illustrated entertainment for comic lovers of all ages. If you’re not familiar with Hoopla, here’s a quick summary: *Audiobooks, movies, TV shows, music (full albums), eBooks, and comics for all ages. *You can borrow 20 items/month. *What you see is what you get; every...
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2014: eResource Year in Review

2014. Is it just me? Or did the tablet, phone, phablet market explode this year? I used to be a gal with a purse for every occasion. I had my work purse, my school purse, my Tiger game purse, my fancy purse, my vacation purse, my running around with little kiddos purse; the list goes on, but I’ll spare you the details. This year I have come to realize that...
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