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The library is now circulating Nook e-readers. There are two models of the Nook: the Nook Simple Touch and the Nook Color. The Nook Simple Touch is a simple black and white e-reader designed just for reading ebooks. The Nook Color is a tablet that allows users to read ebooks, go on the internet (where wifi is available), stream video and use applications. Picture books are especially fun on the Nook Color as many children’s ebooks are interactive. The Nooks will be checked out for seven days with no renewal, and the late fee will be one dollar per day...
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The Woonsocket Harris Public Library is proud to offer you best-selling and classic audiobooks, eBooks, music, and video available 24/7 from the library’s website, www.woonsocketlibrary.org .
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Mango is an online language-learning system that can help you learn languages such as Spanish, French, Japanese, German, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Greek, Italian and more. There is even instruction in learning English as a second language! Provided by Askri.org .
The Children's Department is starting a Lego Club. If you have Legos that are no longer being used, please donate them to the library to help start the club! See Chris at the Children's Desk for more details.
Music is Fun with Mr. Rowland!
April 5 & 19
May 3 & 17
For ages 6 & under. Parents attend with children. Walk-ins are welcome if program is not full. Preference given to Woonsocket residents. For more information, please call 769-9044 or email email@example.com.
To honor National Poetry Month in April, the Friends of the Woonsocket Harris Public Library are sponsoring the library’s annual poetry contest. Poems may be submitted at the library from April 1st to April 27th. Limit of 2 submissions per person. Submissions will be accepted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, mail, fax, and in person. Entries for grades 6 & up must be typed. Please include name, address, and phone number. Students should include name, phone #, grade, school, and teacher...
Jill Ruspoli's divorce nearly destroyed her, but now, this hard-working pediatrician is back on her feet, happier than ever, and newly engaged to a kind and thoughtful medical researcher. All that is put implicitly in jeopardy when her ex-stepdaughter Abby arrives at her front door frantic with the news of her former husband's demise. Abby is convinced that her father has been murdered, but even seriously entertaining that question threatens to destabilize everything that Jill has built since her disastrous breakup.
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