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Too old for children’s books?

  Just because you’re an adult or a young adult doesn’t mean that you’re too old to use children’s books as a resource for yourself. Juvenile nonfiction can be a great source of information if you want to learn some

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Sharing your Holiday Stories

As the Holiday Season approaches many folks become nostalgic, recalling loved ones who are no longer with us. One way to use those memories in a positive way is to reshape them into a story to share with family and

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It’s not too warm to enjoy the fireplace!

If you haven’t wandered into the adult reading area lately you may not have noticed the new fireplace screen.  It’s worth a few extra steps in that direction. Brainchild of the late Howard Hughes, the recently installed fireplace screen  is as

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Hoosier Poetry

“When the Frost is on the Punkin . . .” may come to mind when Fall comes to Indiana. Or perhaps as Halloween approached you heard, “An’ the Gobble-uns’ll git you Ef you Don’t Watch Out!” The author of those

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“Keyword” tab tips

Here’s a way to improve searches using the library’s card catalog “Keyword” tab. When searching for an item whose author or title are unknown, using the Keyword tab can be helpful. This tab takes you to all items using that

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