Jun 182015

Eyes.On.YouThe Big Library Read program is back! From now through June 23rd, Warren Public Library card holders will be able to borrow and enjoy the eBook  Eyes on You by Kate White.

Eyes on You is a psychological thriller, and is perfect for those who like books by James Patterson and Janet Evanovich. It tells the story of Robin Trainor, who after a messy divorce has rebuilt her career. But then things begin to go wrong: she receives threatening notes, defaced pictures, and a doll that looks just like her—but with its eyes gouged out—left on her desk chair. Suddenly, she is in a race to find out who is doing this  and it becomes terrifyingly clear that the person responsible isn’t going to stop until Robin loses everything that matters to her . . . including her life. For a sample, click here.

If you’ve never tried downloading eBooks  from the library, now is a great time to start. They work on a variety of devices, including PCs, Macs, Kindles, Nooks, iPads, and even smartphones! The best part: there are no late fees!

You can download Eyes on You here from our eBooks site. For help with downloading eBooks, click here, or come into any branch. We hope you will take part in The Big Library Read!

Dec 022014

marketing~~element54We are very happy to announce that Freegal has been added to our electronic resource offerings. With Freegal, you can stream music, as well as download up to 5 songs a week. The downloaded songs are in the MP3 format, and are not checked out: they are yours to keep! Freegal offers over 7 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of artists. There is no software to download, and downloaded songs are DRM (digital rights management) free. All you need is your Warren Public Library card!

Go to this website to get started using Freegal! For detailed instructions on how to use Freegal, click here.

Mar 022015

Saturday, March 7, 1 pm, Arthur Miller Library

Micro chipMarch 8-14 is Teen Tech Week this year.  To kick-off the week, we’ll reuse some old technology bits for crafts and even try our hand at building solar powered nightlights!

Tween programs are meant for tweens age 10-14, however teens 15-17 are welcome as well! Please register so we have enough supplies; call 586-751-5377 to register.