All April and May library programs and events are canceled or indefinitely postponed. We hope you will continue reading, crafting, building with Legos, and playing games at home while we take this break from gathering in groups. We’re working on offering some things virtually.
Digital library cards now available! Did you miss out on getting to the library for a card before everything closed? You can sign up on Overdrive/Libby for a temporary digital library card that will allow you to check out our ebooks and downloadable audiobooks. You’ll enter your cell phone number to demonstrate that you live within our regional library system.
Looking for reading recommendations? Enjoy reading about authors? You can access BookPage magazine for free online: https://bookpage.com/
It’s time for a Big Library Read!
No waiting to download “Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic: A Comedian’s Guide to Life on the Spectrum” by Michael McCreary.
This title is available to unlimited simultaneous borrowers from March 23 to April 13 in both ebook and audiobook format through Overdrive and Libby with your Pioneerland library card.
Like many others on the autism spectrum, 20-something stand-up comic Michael McCreary has been told by more than a few well-meaning folks that he doesn’t “look” autistic. But, as he’s quick to point out in this memoir, autism “looks” different for just about everyone with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The Grove City Library remains closed through the end of the month, but some library resources are still available to you.
Our downloadable ebooks and audiobooks are available here: https://pioneerland.overdrive.com/ or by using the free Libby or Overdrive app and searching for Grove City Library, making sure to choose the one in Minnesota.
Mnknows.org is the website for statewide free electronic library resources.
And you can email the county librarian Beth Cronk at email@example.com for research assistance, and she will use her training and experience in online research to answer your questions.
We will also answer your questions via Messenger, but that is not a very private way to ask your research questions.
If you need free public wifi at any hour, you can park nearby to pick up the library’s, no password needed.
Did you know that you can check out e-books and downloadable audiobooks at home if you have an active library card?
The Grove City Library is happy to announce that we are now on Twitter! You can follow us and keep up with all that is going on here. You can find us @GroveCLibrary. Remember to follow and re-tweet 🙂
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Local authors – indie, self-published, aspiring, and mainstream – can now create ebooks and share them with readers across the state and potentially across the country using free tools provided by Minnesota libraries.
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