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Interested in trying out the library's ebook or digital audio book collection? Here's how you get started!

The library's digital collection allows you to check out materials to read or listen to on your computer, laptop, Nook, Kindle, iPad, Android or a variety of other devices. You can access these materials on our digital media page. This catalog allows you to browse and check out ebooks and audio books, as well as download the right software needed to use them.You can use this research guide to get started.

See, Isn't Life Better with a Library Card? by Laura Raphael

Narcissism is generally not a good thing. Extreme selfishness, getting stuck in your own perspective, no empathy for others, etc.: bad.

Is your teenager looking for something to do over Spring Break? Our teen page has some options to explore!

The library's teen page contains a number of resources that young people can use for work or play.

Think you might have the flu? Medline Plus lists symptoms and health news to help you stay on top of things.

To find information on flu, including symptoms, prevention and treatment, try the Medline Plus database. You can access it through the Research & Learn tab at the top the library homepage in the alphabetical Databases list. In the Medline Plus search field, enter the word ‘flu' and hit ‘search'. Click on the first result from the National Library of Medicine. This will bring up a new page with an overview of the disease and several headings.

Prose and Boyhood by Nick

It’s tempting to label We the Animals a novella with its language resembling the best of what flash fiction can do: rollicking, lyrical prose, scenes stitched together like snippets of memories, sentences so full of heart they seem to pulsate on the page. Unlike novellas and slip-stream fiction, We the Animals tells a bigger story that’s less on soft, fuzzy edges and more on dimensions and conflicted characters.

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