With this form you can request a book or other material from another library. You must have a Nederland Community Library card to request and receive interlibrary loan materials. The material requested must have been published for more than one year.
COMING HOME TO A GREAT LIBRARY
Being a librarian, I of course spent time visiting libraries on my vacation. One was the Ballard Branch of the Seattle Public Library where I had worked as a student. ...by Jay Mann
So, it’s rainy. Seriously - we could use some sunshine. We didn’t let that go to waste at story time Thursday and we certainly took our minds off it Wednesday. Here’s what we’re up to. Wednesday at Movers and…
What?! Another week passed? Holy moly winter is coming quick! Again I want to thank our families and friends who attended this week. It looks like we've been having more and more friends come to story time and that is…
SHARING SOME RECOMMENDATIONS
over the past few weeks, my reading list has swelled. I get my reading choices from a variety of sources: the New Yorker
magazine’s interviews with authors and book reviews, books that look interesting to me as they cross the NCL circulation desk, and books that patrons come in saying is “the best book I’ve read in a very long time.” ...by Roberta Brown-Jones
Thank you for visiting the Nederland Community Library Youth Services Blog! Truth be told, I have little experience writing a blog. I tend to just talk at the computer while I type. It certainly is weird for the folks around…
CELEBRATE YOUR FREEDOM TO READ
September is Banned Books Month, and in celebration of the freedom to read, we offer you this quiz. Match the historical reference and/or reason for banning/challenging with the book’s title. Citations are verbatim and/or paraphrased from original ban/challenge language. ...by Cathy Grace
I wanted to take the opportunity to introduce myself as your Youth Services Coordinator at the Nederland Community Library.
MEET MIKE SIVOCVICH
I wanted to take the opportunity to introduce myself as your Youth Services Coordinator at the Nederland Community Library and elaborate more on what we have planned for the children here in Nederland, as well as the surrounding area.
NEW FALL TITLES
Of the three main publishing seasons (summer, fall, and winter), fall is the busiest. Here are a few: "What Happened" by Hillary Clinton, "The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye" by David Lagercrantz, "Y is for Yesterday" by Sue Grafton, "Glass Houses" by Louise Penny, and "Sleeping Beauties" by Stephen King and son Owen King. ...by Susan Gerhart
OUR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
Strategic plans set the direction for an organization. They help determine where resources – time, staff, and money – will be focused. ...by Jay Mann