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darienlibrary: IT’S HERE! HOOPLA! What is Hoopla you ask? It’s a way to stream TV shows, movies, music, and audiobooks from Darien Library. If you are on a mobile device like your tablet or smartphone, you can download your checkouts … Continue reading
thelifeguardlibrarian: world-shaker: ‘Reading Rainbow’ Returns as App For 26 years, the beloved television show “Reading Rainbow” aired on PBS, each episode offering new adventures and series book recommendations. The show was critically acclaimed (26 Emmys!) and host LeVar Burton—not to mention … Continue reading
laura-in-libraryland: nydnbooks: A Long Island librarian has built a virtual replica of her library in Minecraft to encourage local youngsters to visit. Creative outreach!