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Everybody Reads 2013

7 Jan

ER 2013 books

Begin the new year with a time-honored community tradition: Take part in a shared reading experience. Head into any library and pick up a special copy of a Sherman Alexie book while supplies last. Adults are reading “Ten Little Indians,” a collection of short stories. Young adults are reading “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.” More about Everybody Reads 2013, made possible by The Library Foundation: http://web.multcolib.org/everybody-reads

LearningExpress Library

20 Sep
“Where can you find software tutorials (for Microsoft or Adobe), practice tests (for citizenship or the SAT, GED, GRE and more), and career guidance, all in one location, for free? Try LearningExpress Library, available anywhere with your library card number and PIN.”
As if you needed another reason to get a library card…well, if you did, here’s a great one!

FREE e-books

9 Jan

Did you get an e-reader this past holiday season? Do you have an e-reader that is woefully empty? Check out these FREE e-book resources from our super, fabulous, Multnomah County Library.

You’ll need to log in with your library card to access all these goodies. And if you don’t yet have a library card, click here and get to reading.

High School Photo & Writing Exhibition

4 Jan

From NOW until Thursday, January 12th, the Rockwood Library is hosting a “photo and writing exhibition” that “explores the excitement, hope, apprehension and passion of high school students on the precipice of adulthood.”

Sound familiar?

Check out these amazing artists at:

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