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Afternoon Book Discussion

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

 1:30 PM

with Jackie Ranaldo, Head of Readers’ Services

“Learning that her grandmother was a victim of the corrupt Tennessee Children’s Home Society, attorney and aspiring politician Avery Stafford delves into her family’s past and begins to wonder if some things are best kept secret.”                -summary from the publisher

This program is free.

No registration required.

Books are available at the Circulation Desk.

Photographs and videos taken during library programs may be used for library publicity.

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

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Evening Book Discussion

Tuesday, May  14, 2019

at 7:30 PM

with Ralph Guiteau, Readers’ Services Librarian

“Traces the story of Mokhtar Alkhanshali, a Yemeni-American in San Francisco, and his dream of resurrecting the ancient art of cultivating, roasting, and importing Yemeni coffee, an endeavor that is challenged by the brutal realities of Yemen’s 2015 civil war.”

-Summary from the publisher

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

How to Download Free eBooks

Friday, May 10, 2019 –11 AM

Have you been missing out on all of the fun? Want to read FREE eBooks on your eReader or listen to audiobooks on your Smartphone but you’re not sure how?

Join the Readers’ Services Department for a live demonstration that will teach you how to download free eBooks and Audiobooks to your personal devices using your library card. We will guide you through the process of downloading and transferring books to your smart  devices, Kindle and Nook eReaders.

You are welcome to bring your own fully charged devices, as well as any necessary cords and passwords.

No registration required. Free.

Photographs and videos taken during library programs may be used for library publicity.

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

 

Author Visit and Signing

Author Visit and Signing with Jill SantopoloFriday, March 29, 2019

2 PM

Join the Readers’ Services staff for an author visit featuring bestselling author Jill Santopolo. Ms. Santopolo will discuss her newest adult novel More Than Words (2019) and the writer’s life.

“Jill Santopolo is the author of the nationally and internationally bestselling novel The Light We Lost, which has been translated into more than 35 languages and has hit both the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. She is also the author of the Alec Flint Mysteries, the Sparkle Spa series, and the Follow Your Heart books.” -from the author’s website

A book sale and signing of More Than Words and The Light We Lost will be held by the Friends of the Library at the event.

Refreshments will be served.

No registration required.

For more information about author Jill Santopolo, visit:

Website

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

Afternoon Book Discussion

A portrait of the Irish-American experience is presented through the story of an Irish immigrant’s suicide and how it reverberates through innumerable lives in early twentieth-century Catholic Brooklyn. -from the publisher

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

at 1:30 PM

With Jackie Ranaldo, Head of Readers’ Services

This program is free. No registration required.

Books are available at the Circulation Desk.

Photographs and videos taken during library programs may be used for library publicity.

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

 

 

 

Join the Adult Winter Reading Club

Visit the Readers’ Services Desk on the second floor to register and receive your Adult Winter Reading Club BINGO card. Read any book within the assigned genres to complete a BINGO. For each BINGO you complete, a ticket will be entered to win a raffle prize.

Winners will be announced at the Title Swap with the Readers’ Services Librarians program on Tuesday, March 5 at 1:30 PM. In-person registration is required and begins on Monday, January 7, 2019. Open to SSD residents 18 years or older with a valid library card.

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

 

Year-End Readers’ Services Celebration with Author Jacqueline Friedland

Wednesday, December 19, 2018. 2 PM.

Join the Readers’ Services staff for a fun Year-End Celebration featuring author Jacqueline Friedland. Ms. Friedland will discuss her debut historical fiction novel Trouble the Water and the writer’s life. A book sale and signing will be held by the Friends of the Library at the event. Refreshments will be served. No registration required. Each attendee will receive a ticket to win a raffle prize.

Sure to become a book club favorite, Kirkus Reviews notes, (Trouble the Water) “…will seize readers from the first page and not let go.”

“When a young woman travels from a British factory town to South Carolina in the 1840s, she becomes involved with a vigilante abolitionist and the Underground Railroad while trying to navigate the complexities of Charleston high society and falling in love”-from the publisher

For more information about author Jacqueline Friedland, visit:

Website

Facebook 

Twitter

Instagram

-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services