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BATTLE OF THE BOOKS 2016

The book list for the 2016 Battle of the Books is ready!!

 

Battle of the Books is a book-based trivia tournament for children in grades 4-6.  Teams of 3 to 4 students will compete in local Battle to determine which team will move on to the Regional Battle. For more information talk to the Youth Librarian Samantha or click on the link above.

ABSTRACT ART SHOW

 

Please join us for the Reception August 27th @ 6pm there will be light refreshments and a opportunity to meet the artists John Jungklaus, and Kevin Beary and discuss their work.

 Please go to: http://kejoexpo.tumblr.com/  for more details.

 

 

NEW TO NORTH COUNTRY LIBRARY SYSTEM

Consumer Reports  Free access to ConsumerReports.org, which provides ratings and reviews, recommendations and buying advice for thousands of products and services.

 

American Historical Newspapers AHN is the most comprehensive online resource for searching and browsing early American newspapers. Contains more than 2,000 fully searchable historical newspapers from all 50 states,dating 1690-1922.

 

These new resources are very easy to access and do not require the creation of an account. Simply log into the catalog and click the desired resource.

ABC MOUSE

 

The award-winning ABCmouse.com curriculum is designed to help young children (ages 2-6+) build a strong foundation for future academic success. ABCmouse.com is 100% educational, with 3,500+ learning activities across all major subject areas—reading,math, science, social studies, art, and music. Best of all, kids love it and it’s free to use in this library!

 

ANCESTRY LIBRARY EDITION


 

 

If genealogy is your hobby, we're here to help! Massena Public Library now has Ancestry, the premier genealogy database, available for use on the library's public computers. Come in and take a tour of your family's history!                                               

 

ADOPT A BOOK PROGRAM

 

We invite our patrons to participate in our newest fundraiser. Patrons can select a book or DVD of their choice, pay the discounted purchase price at the library and read or view it before the item is processed and released for circulation. A bookplate noting your kind donation will be affixed to your item. If you would like to participate in this program please contact Debbie Fuehring at 769-9914 and she will help you with the purchase.

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