Hot New Releases [Books]
Free Yoga Class
Wednesday September 5, 2018
Story Time @ MCPL and RRBL
Beginning August 21, 2018 at the Martin County Public Library in Inez! Beginning August 23, 2018 at the Rufus Reed Branch Library!
Preschool Story Time continues on Tuesdays at
11:30 a.m. at the Inez library. Preschool Story Time continues on Thursday at
11:30 a.m. at the Lovely library. We will learn a letter of the week, make
a craft, dance, and learn a nursery rhyme. This program is for all preschoolers
from ages 3 to 5.
In addition, Story Time After School
continues on Tuesdays, at 4:30 p.m. at the Inez library and on Thursdays at the
Lovely library. School age children from age 6 and up are welcome to
attend. We will read and discuss books, make a craft, and play a game. These
weekly Story Time programs are free of charge, and parents are encouraged
to bring their children and attend. We hope you and your child will join us for
all the fun, excitement, and learning at the libraries!
MCPL & RRBL Awarded Dollar General Literacy Foundation Grant
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation
awarded the Martin County Public Library and the Rufus Reed Branch Library a $2,000.00
grant to support our literacy efforts in our Summer Reading Program Teen Book
Club. This local grant award is part of more than
$8.3 million in grants awarded to more than 1,000 schools, nonprofits and
organizations across the 44 states that Dollar General serves.
The Dollar General
Literacy Foundation is proud to support initiatives that help others improve
their lives through literacy and education. Since its
inception in 1993, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded more than
$154 million in grants to nonprofit organizations, helping more than 10 million
individuals take their first steps toward literacy or continued education.
Library Board Member
Now accepting applications for library board member. We meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 5:00 P.M. Applications can be picked up at each library.
TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of TumbleBooks – animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love. TumbleBooks are created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books in order to produce an electronic picture book which you can read, or have read to you.
With Cypress Resume, your patrons can effortlessly create professional resumes in minutes! Best of all, its easy-to-use format assures they are unlikely to need additional assistance once you show them the site, so you’ll be free to focus on other tasks.
Zinio Digital Magazines
Martin County Public Library now offers Zinio magazines in digital format that you may check out and enjoy on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. View full digital copies of your favorite magazines! You see the exact same material you get in print‚ plus some issues include features like video, audio and live links. Magazine issues are not checked out so they're always available any time. Read online or download issues to your computer or mobile device to read offline. You must have a current Martin County Public Library card to use this collection.
Kentucky Libraries Unbound (OverDrive)
With Kentucky Libraries Unbound, you'll be amazed as you search, and download more and more media on your PC and portable devices. Patrons now have unlimited access to many types of downloadable media such as audio books, e-books, music and videos. All it takes to access Kentucky Libraries Unbound is a valid library card and pin.
With download media available 24/7, your library is always open! Get started with a Guided Tour or Quick-Start Guide. All EPUB & many PDF eBooks are ready to enjoy on the Sony® Reader & other devices such as the Barnes & Noble nook™. For a list of known compatible devices, click here. Requires installation of Adobe® Digital Editions.
This comprehensive and dynamically updated online resource is an ideal fit for today’s mobile user. Now patrons can access Chilton’s car manuals from library, home, garage or anywhere they have Internet access. What an advantage for the on-the-road breakdown or the need to share information quickly.
Legal Forms - KY
The ideal resource for students, law school faculty and legal researchers, Legal Forms features a comprehensive collection of major legal publications. This invaluable resource provides indexing for more than 1,500 major law reviews, legal newspapers, specialty publications, Bar Association journals and international legal journals, including more than 250 titles in full text.
Price It! Antiques & Collectibles
Price It! Antiques & Collectibles is a comprehensive database for identifying, researching and pricing art, antiques and collectibles. Containing more than 23 million records, it’s a sophisticated, up-to-date, easy-to-use tool whether the user is a professional art appraiser or a budding collector.
Genealogy, Family Trees and Family History Records Online
The Martin County Public Library is pleased to announce the purchase of ProQuest's Ancestry Library Edition. Ancestry is a genealogy research tool with data from census, military records, court, land, probate, vital and church records, passenger lists, etc. It covers Canada, the US, UK, and some European countries. The license covers Authorized Users of public libraries (i.e, library cardholders, walk-in patrons while they are on -site and library staff) through any workstation at the main library. The product is not licensed for remote access. Visit the main library and search your ancestry. Contact the library for details. Click Here.
Current Book Club Selection
PICKERING'S MOUNTAIN by Joseph G. Anthony is a multi-level tale set in Eastern KY and centering around one family that has lived on the mountain long enough for it to be named after them and another family who has been displaced to Kentucky’s Appalachia from New York - as was the author. Mr. Anthony writes prose like it was poetry with descriptions that draw you into the time and place of each scene. He addresses such important issues as legacy, the problems of small-town newspapers, mountain-top removal vs. jobs, and Bible study in public schools, which culminates in a debate involving a charismatic Baptist preacher and the ACLU. Despite the serious topics, there is plenty of comic relief, much of which comes from the local gossip columnist. This is the best Appalachian book I’ve read in a while.
Next Meeting: Thursday, February 15 2018 10:30 AM
Adult Book Club at Rufus Reed Library
Current Book Club Selection
Settling in the swamps of early 19th-century northwest Ohio, the Goodenough family works relentlessly to establish an apple orchard that reflects respective dreams before their youngest child heads to Gold Rush California to collect seeds for a naturalist. By the best-selling author of Girl With a Pearl Earring. (historical fiction). Simultaneous.
Next Meeting: Friday, September 28 2018 12:00 PM