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On June 2, 2014, the Rhode Island Library Association, at the annual conference held at Salve Regina College, presented the Librarian of the Year award to Woonsocket Harris Public Library Children’s Librarian Christine Wallace Goldstein for her work on the executive board as Member-at-Large. Christine worked tirelessly all year on RILA duties, especially in...Now available!SMS Alerts From Your LibraryReceive SMS Text Alerts onYour Cell PhoneYou will be notified instantly when your holds are available for pick-up you will receive notifications for upcoming due dates and overdue items...Saturday, May 30, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.We are looking for volunteers to help with our Spring Book Sale currently scheduled for Saturday, May 30, 2015. If you can offer your time in advance also of this date to help sort and organize donation items, please contact Margaret at the Reference Desk at 767-4124 or email: email@example.com . Volunteers are subject to a background check. We do not accept court-ordered community service requests for volunteering....To honor National Poetry Month in April, the Friends of the Woonsocket Harris Public Llbrary are sponsoring a poetry contest. Poems may be submitted at the library from April lst to April 25th. Limit of 2 submissions per person. Submissions will be accepted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org , mail, and in person. Entries for grades 6 & up must be typed. Please include name, address, phone number and age category. Students should includename, phone #, grade, school, and teacher's name. First,...
Norwegian by Night, by Derek B. Miller
Read Across Rhode Island selection for 2015!
Sheldon Horowitz—widowed, impatient, impertinent—has grudgingly agreed to leave New York and move in with his granddaughter, Rhea, and her new husband, Lars, in Norway—a country of blue and ice with one thousand Jews, not one of them a former Marine sniper in the Korean War turned watch repairman. Not until now, anyway.
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