[22 Apr 2014 | Be the first to comment | Posted by ]
No joke–April is National Humor Month

Tickle your funny bone with humorous eBooks and eAudiobooks for adults, kids and the jokester in us all.
Now, how to celebrate National Donut Month?

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[22 Apr 2014 | Be the first to comment | Posted by ]
No joke–April is National Humor Month

Tickle your funny bone with humorous eBooks and eAudiobooks for adults, kids and the jokester in us all.
Now, how to celebrate National Donut Month?

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[16 Apr 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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[13 Apr 2014 | Be the first to comment | Posted by ]
Discover your new favorite book or film

Your neighbors and local librarians are busy reviewing library books and films to help you find your next love. Short and sweet (or snarky) reviews are added daily for titles available from our library collection.

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[3 Apr 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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[3 Mar 2014 | 2 Comments | Posted by ]
Books & Authors

A frequent question heard at the library is “What should I read next?” Library staffers especially love this question. While “Where’s your bathroom?” also ranks high on the frequency meter, it isn’t nearly as fun to answer as helping someone find their next great read.
Enter Books & Authors, a fresh and rich website where “experts and editors present reviews, opinions, commentary, and more in our ever-vigilant attempt to make sure that no good book goes unread.”

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