Introducing Tumble Books

tumble booksThe Children’s Department is happy to announce the addition of the Tumble Book Library.  On our library website under the tab ebooks and Music click on TumbleBook Library.  The database features picture books, chapter books, graphic novels, game & puzzles and language learning which includes Spanish, French, Chinese and Russian.  Try it and have some fun!

 

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Fall Musical Sundays Concert Series: Solstice Sackbuts

Sunday October 26th at 3:00 pm

Solstic-head21Our Fall Musical Sundays concert series will kick off with the Solstice Sackbuts trombone chamber trio, who will perform medieval and Renaissance music as well as pop favorites and traditional music from around the world. The group consists of David Lindsey, Alan Johnson, and Leslie Havens and will be performing on soprano, alto, tenor, and bass trombones.

Sign up for this concert, made possible through the library Endowment Fund, at the Reference or Information Desk or call 781-769-0200, x110 or 222.

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Elmo Story Time October 18 Program is Full

Draw-Elmo-Step-16Join us for a special story time with Elmo! Bring your camera for photos!  Saturday, October 18 at 10:30am.  Sign up at the Children’s Desk, by email norchild@minlib.net, or by calling 781-769-0200 ext 225  This program is presented by U. Fund Start U. Reading.

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Hoopla Digital at the Norwood Library

Monday October 6th, 2014 – Launch date

hoopla_iphone_audiobooks_allegiantHoopla digital is now available to every Norwood resident! Hoopla provides free easy access to stream and temporarily download thousands of movies, TV shows, music albums, and audiobooks. There is no waiting list or reserve process for these titles, and no late fees. Allison Palmgren, our Technology Librarian, has created a simple how-to video to learn how to start using hoopla. Or, you can follow along with these written directions. To use hoopla, Norwood residents will need a valid library card and an email address. Everyone can borrow up to 5 titles per month, and each title will list the exact borrowing time period. We strongly recommend downloading the hoopla digital app from the iTunes app store or Android market so you can download content on you smartphone or tablet and take it with you. You can stream content directly to your home computer. Visit hoopladigital.com and Sign Up to get started!

Have questions? Ask Allison Palmgren, the Technology Librarian, or Liz Reed, Adult Services Librarian, 781-769-0200 x110. Happy hoopla!

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