When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

Dimple and Rishi may both be 18-year-old Indian Americans getting ready to head off to college, but they couldn’t be more different.  Dimple is rebellious.  She is desperate to be free from her parents’ expectations and finally focus on her dream – to become the next rising star in the tech industry after attending Stanford.  […]

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Closed Saturday-Monday for Memorial Day weekend.

The Library will be closed Saturday-Monday for Memorial Day weekend. We  reopen Tuesday 5/29 @9am. The digital branch of the Library is open 24/7/365 through our website, where you can: download eBooks and eAudio through Overdrive access eBooks for kids through BookFLIX read non-fiction eBooks for adults through Safari download music from Freegal borrow movies, TV shows, music, and […]

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You may be a teacher, but you still have homework!

Need to brush up on literacy standards or curriculum development? The Teacher Reference Center (TRC) offered by EBSCO can help! TRC is a research database just for teachers that provides indexing and abstracts for more than 220 peer-reviewed journals. The subjects covered include: Assessment, Best Practices, , Current Pedagogical Research, Curriculum Development, Elementary Education, Higher […]

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Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View

This is a collection of 40 short stories by 40+ different authors that cover iconic scenes from Star Wars, but told from the points of view of background and side characters. The characters range from droids to Cantina patrons to Stormtroopers and everything in between. How did the red droid feel when it was sent […]

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Have a Sweet New Year!

Always wanted to learn to bake bread?  Or make ice cream?  It’s easier than you think with our amazing cookbook collection!  We have books that can help you learn to bake recipes from around the world or traditions from your own neighborhood.  Stop in and check out our delicious-looking display and stretch your skills in […]

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