[20 Jul 2014 | 2 Comments | Posted by ]
Have you heard?

Come sit on the porch and take a listen: What was the Conch remedy for a cut finger? How was turtle soup made? Where was Key West’s best ice cream parlor? What games did children play late into the evening?

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eBranch, News Across the Keys »

[23 Jul 2014 | Be the first to comment | Posted by ]
Gone Girl Read-Alikes

You say you *really*really* liked reading Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl? Great thing, because we have selected some eBooks especially for Gone Girl fans.

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eBranch, News Across the Keys »

[23 Jul 2014 | 6 Comments | Posted by ]
Ask A Librarian

From bar bets to complex health questions, librarians love to answer questions! In fact, a librarian is probably standing by right now to respond to your question via live chat or texting.
Ask a Librarian – Florida’s virtual reference service – helps countless users find what they need.

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[20 Jul 2014 | 2 Comments | Posted by ]
Have you heard?

Come sit on the porch and take a listen: What was the Conch remedy for a cut finger? How was turtle soup made? Where was Key West’s best ice cream parlor? What games did children play late into the evening?

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eBranch, Kids Headline, News Across the Keys »

[16 Jul 2014 | 2 Comments | Posted by ]
New eBook site just for kiddos

The Library’s collection of downloadable eBooks for kids just grew larger. Perfect for travel, the beach, or extra innings of big sib’s game, these books won’t get lost, ripped, wet, or chewed up. Titles may be downloaded to iPads, Kindles, even smartphones and are yours (and theirs) for up to 2 weeks. Then they return themselves…Sweet.
The new Kids eBook portal is easier to navigate with larger book covers, subject headings, even reading levels to discover that perfect eBook. Grownups can feel confident that eBooks from this site are all kid-friendly.

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News Across the Keys, Tom's Keys History Blog »

[16 Jul 2014 | 5 Comments | Posted by ]
From the album: DeWolfe Collection

Scott DeWolfe Collection, a set on Flickr.

Check out our newest, oldest collection of Keys images. The Scott DeWolfe collection contains some of the oldest images of Key West that we’ve seen around. We have  scanned, tagged and captioned this amazing collection and are eager to share it. Here’s more info:

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