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Library News

22
Jan

Be Your Best – with these titles!

January is officially the month we’re pledging to a fresh set of New Year’s resolutions. Let’s relax and simply be your best. Take time to rest, repair, and replenish by doing things that are just for you. Find comfort and inspiration by exercising, meditating, decluttering, cooking, and reading a good book. Click here to see...
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14
Jan

Sign up for Book Bundles!

Do you need help looking for new reading material for your family or your child to read? Are you a middle or high school student and looking for some new books to read? Ask the Youth Services Librarians at Summit Free Public Library, and we will pull some books for you, and put them on...
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14
Jan

ComicsPlus is now available.

Summit Free Public Library now has access to ComicsPlus READ DIGITAL COMICS!  Anytime, anywhere—with your library card! With LibraryPass’ ComicsPlus, you have access to more than 20,000 digital comics, graphic novels, and manga—including popular titles like Avatar: The Last Airbender, Big Nate, Bone, Plants vs. Zombies, My Little Pony, Stranger Things, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,...
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07
Jan

Upcoming PBS Series “All Creatures Great and Small”

Are you looking forward to the new 7 part series “All Creatures Great and Small” premiering this Sunday January 10th  on PBS Masterpiece as much as we are?  If you haven’t read the delightful James Herriot stories behind the series, now is a great time.  We have them here at the Summit Library in print...
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07
Jan

Tutor.com now available!

The Summit Free Public Library now offers Tutor.com for free for all Summit Library cardholders! Access Tutor.com here. K-11 students:   Did you know? Tutor.com can help you get your homework done, write your paper, or study for your test so that you can get back to your life. If you’re getting frustrated, Tutor.com can help...
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04
Jan

From the Director – January 2021

Happy New Year! We are all looking to 2021 with great hope that the coronavirus will be conquered, that life will return to “normal” and that the Library will be able to open its doors once again. Just as we don’t know how long it will take for life to return to normal, we also...
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29
Dec

Talewise Shows available to watch from home until August 31!

Did you miss the “Watch Parties” that we showed during Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks presented by Talewise?  They are available for everyone to watch whenever you would like to watch them, from the comfort of your own home.  All you have to do is to visit our special Talewise website and create a login with either...
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23
Dec

The Chinese New Year Art Show is looking for Young Artists!

2021 Chinese New Year Art Show hosted by Summit Library Chinese Club All young artists who live in Summit and surrounding communities are invited to participate in Summit Free Public Library’s 2021 Chinese New Year Art Show!  Entrants must be a student enrolled in Kindergarten thru 8th grade, or an equivalent grade, to submit your...
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18
Dec

Celebrating the life of John le Carré

In its obituary, the New York Times wrote: John le Carré, the British novelist whose Cold War thrillers elevated the genre to high art, died on Saturday, December the 12th at 89. He left behind a remarkable literary legacy: 25 novels written over nearly 60 years, featuring George Smiley, Alec Leamas and other enduring heroes...
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