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Three Talented Hoosiers

You have probably noticed the names carved high up on the back of the library: Hubbard, Riley and Pyle.   You may not know much about these three famous Hoosiers, especially if you are new to Indiana. Kin Hubbard (1868-1930):  Abe

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Downloadable Audiobooks

Download audio books on your home computer. If you are browsing the card catalog and the Call # is Download you can download the audiobook to your computer at home and on your portable device. Step #1: Type the word “downloadable”

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A Remarkable Story!

A Novel Bunch, the library’s book club, is reading Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier. The book is a fictional account of a real person, Mary Anning. Struck by lightning as a baby, Mary wasn’t an ordinary child. Though poor and

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More Changes

The big shift has happened in the Children’s Area of the library and all that’s left are finishing touches. There will be new tops and ends on the children’s shelving, along with some new pieces of furniture. These will appear

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On Display

The display case at the library is available to any individual or non-profit group to use. If you have a collection you would like to share with the public, or your non-profit group has an event to promote, you can

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Brown County Public Library
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