MOST CHECKED OUT BOOK: “Crazy: A Father’s Search Through America’s Mental Health Madness” by Pete Earley (Summer’s One Book One Community selection)
MOST CHECKED OUT AUDIOBOOK: “The Bible Experience”
MOST CHECKED OUT CD: “Speak Now” by Taylor Swift
MOST CHECKED OUT DVD: “Megamind: the Button of Doom”
MOST REQUESTED BOOK: “Fifth Witness” by Michael Connelly
How do I get involved with the 641 Cooking Challenge?
The 641 Challenge is part of the Adult Summer Reading program. 641 is the Dewey Decimal number for cookbooks, and the “challenge” for patrons is to pick up some cookbooks from the library, try some recipes and share them on the cooking blog here: http://641challenge.wordpress.com
How does Mango work and is there a charge for it?
Mango is an online database with language learning courses. It is free of charge with your library card. To get started, simply log in to the Online Databases of the website, http://www.ebrpl.com, select Mango Languages, then choose the language you’d like to learn.
What can happen if a dog is infected with fleas for about three months?
Dogs and other pets bitten by fleas can develop anemia, tapeworms and infections from the bites. For more information on flea infestations and prevention, visit
FUN FACT: Ahoy, matey! Pirates are everywhere this summer, at the movies and in the Playmakers’ library performances. And the library has gone the extra mile. Learn how to talk like a pirate through the library’s database, Mango Languages. Soon you’ll be saying “me matey” instead of buddy, and “lass” instead of lady. Visit http://www.ebrpl.com and Online Databases for more.