People - we still have ONE free copy of DIVERGENT to give out! By some twist of fate, we still have a copy left to give away to a lucky teen (grades 8-12) at the Help Desk! Stop by before it’s gone. Update: they’re all gone!
And remember, our Divergent Discussion - complete with Dauntless chocolate cake, faction quizzes, and giveaways - is at 7pm on Tuesday, March 18th!
We are having a Comic Crafting program NEXT WEEK - Wednesday, March 19th starting at 6:30 in the basement meeting rooms.
We’re using comic books that have fallen apart to create some awesome comic crafts! Bring something you’d like to comic-ify like a wallet, notebook, shoes, picture frame, etc. We’ll provide all the supplies.
There’s no registration, just show up! And we usually have snacks :)
If you forget to bring something, we’ll have a couple things, but your craft will be more awesome if you bring something from home. Last time, people had enough time to do multiple things, so if you can’t decide, bring a couple things!
"Oh I want to read that so bad, but I don’t have any money!"
"How do you read so many books? You must be rich!"
"Ugh, the book I want is too expensive in hardback!"
Answer #1: the library
Answer #2: The Library
Answer #3: THE LIBRARY
"But they don’t have the book I want at my library"
Answer #4: This is actually a good complaint. Tell your librarian you would like book X and why. Your Librarian could either purchase the book for the library OR, libraries actually borrow from one another so he/she could ask a ‘sister’ library and borrow it for you.
The more you know.
This has been a PSA courtesy of bittenandwritten
This should be common knowledge to library patrons, but all too often they don’t realize that all they have to do is ask and we will find a way to get them the item they need! We have literally gotten items from across the world for them!
WORD. I remember seeing a yearly report mention that we sent an item to Harvard one year. Whaaaaat.
But yeah, as long as the book is in print, getting it to you is easy-peasy.