Monday, January 05, 2015

New Year’s Resolution Tip # 3

Image courtesy of Kait Marie, Flickr. 

Many people begin the New Year with a goal to read more, as you can probably guess the Library can help with that! We have a large collection of materials specifically selected with you in mind.
We offer access to books for children, teens, and adults. We carry fiction and nonfiction books, large print, paperbacks, new books, and even eBooks for your eBook reader or tablet. Our materials can be found in four different languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.

Did you know the Library offers access to eBooks? Need help understanding and downloading  eBooks? Call 626.821.5569 to sign-up for an individual consultation with a librarian. Don’t hesitate, we are here to help.

If reading traditional books isn’t your strong point, try our audio books (which can help with long commutes), Playaway devices, graphic novels, and magazines. Need group support to continue with this goal? Join our Book Discussion Group for monthly reading and lively discussion. This month we are reading The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough. Read the book and join our discussion on Tuesday, January 27th @10am or Thursday, January 22nd @7pm.
We have something for everyone. Stop by to see what’s available today!

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