If you received a kindle, nook, or tablet for Christmas this season, be sure to check out the 6000 free ebooks provided in NEIBORS through the library. The easiest way to use NEIBORS is to download the free Overdrive Media Console App from your device's app store. Then, follow the prompts to choose the Traer Public Library. To sign in, you need your library number (email me or call if you have forgotten yours) and your PIN - the PIN is your phone number (the number we have on record) without the hyphen and without the area code unless your area code is something other than 319. The Nook will require you to have an Adobe ID, just follow the prompts when asked to set one up. The Kindle users must have an amazon.com account. Overdrive has excellent help pages at help.overdrive.com. We also have a handout at the library and I am very willing to spend one on one time with you to help you use your device with NEIBORS. It is best to call ahead to make sure I will be available.
Thank you to everyone who brought in a wreath this month - they were a wonderful addition to the library decor and we received many positive comments on the beauty and originality of the wreaths. You may pick yours up any time we are open this week.
Cynthia Drajna will teach a class on beginning quilt making. She will cover the basic tools you need to get started, the type of fabric you should use, what type of project makes a good first project and beginning techniques and tricks that will assure a successful endeavor. The class will be offered twice - on Tuesday, January 14 at 2:00pm and a repeat of the class on Saturday, January 18 at 10:15am. Sign up sheets are now available at the library. The class is free, but you do need to register. Free free to respond to this email and I will add you to the list.
Saturday, February 8 at 10:15am "Surviving out of Your Backpack - Survival Tips" presented by outdoor enthusiast Ned Vaughn
Saturday, March 15 at 10:15am "Creating an Herb Garden" with Master Gardener Donna Kersten
ON THE BULLETIN BOARD
The Herrlinger Family Concert at the Traer Public Library Kupka Center at 6:30pm on Wednesday, January 29, 2014. Bill & Cathy and their seven children enjoy sharing in song and testimony. Their music includes a variety of traditional hymns, original songs, gospel bluegrass and folk style, a capella and instrumental arrangements all with the purpose of lifting up the Lord Jesus Christ. www.herrlingerfamily.com
Junkyard Planet: Travels in the Billion-Dollar Trash Trade by Adam Minter
Storm Front . #7 Virgil Flowers Series by John Sandford
Children and Junior Fiction:
Locomotive by Brian Floca
Sleep Like a Tiger by Mary Rogue
Holiday in Enchancia by Cathy Hapka
Big Book of Bugs by Theresa Greenaway
The LEGO Adventure book: Spaceships, Pirates, Dragons & More by Megan Rothrock
Stick Dog by Tom Watson
Stick Dog Wants a Hotdog by Tom Watson
Nancy Clancey, Sper Sleuth / #1 Nancy Clancey Series by Jane O'Connor
Nancy Clancy, Secret Admirer / #2 Nancy Clancy Series by Jane O'Connor
4 Books in the Never Girls Series by Kiki Thorpe
6 books in the Mermaid Tales Series by Debbie Dadey