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National Library Week

April 3-9, 2022 is National Library Week, a time to highlight the essential role libraries, librarians and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening communities.

Missing in the Stacks!

Solve the mystery
Before we are history

By answering clues
That may have some news

Of a missing tome
Far from its home

Collect letters
Through the week
To find the book
That we seek

Order them
So we can see
Just where our book
Might possibly be

If you find that you’re stuck
Or just out of luck

Click on this link
To talk to someone
Who can help you think.

There's More to the Story - National Library Week, April 23 - 29, 2023

National Library Week

OverDrive eBooks & Audiobooks

Your Librarians Recommend OverDrive collection

Enjoy these additional collections curated in celebration of National Library Week...

On Libraries and Librarians

In celebration of National Library Week

Your Librarians Recommend...

In celebration of National Library Week and continually updated throughout the year with librarian picks.

Streaming Video

 Welcome to Your Library! Your new BFF!

Enjoy a selection of films from the Video Resources available through your Learning Resources...

Let's go to a concert!

Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones 1969 Tour

Called the greatest rock film ever made, this landmark documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their notorious 1969 U.S. tour.

When three hundred thousand members of the Love Generation collided with a few dozen Hells Angels at San Francisco's Altamont Speedway, Direct Cinema pioneers David and Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin were there to immortalize on film the bloody slash that transformed a decade's dreams into disillusionment.

Let's Travel to Mars!

Should We Go to Mars? The Big Think

The year 2019 will be the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing. It was the greatest technological achievement of the 20th century. Since then, NASA’s goal has been to send an astronaut to Mars. But it’s proving far harder than anyone imagined. Some experts believe that human space travel and exploration is critical. But Mars is approximately 140 million miles away, and the effort to land a human on our closest planet risks billions of dollars and the lives of those brave enough to try. Is the possible benefit worth the risk? And is it really achievable?