Summer Reading 2016
Look at the Summer Reading Information page for links to reading lists; Registration and Report forms; Teen Summer Program Registration and Information as well as printable forms such as the reading logs. If you are on vacation and not able to make it to the library, take advantage of the online REGISTRATION and REPORT Forms. Middle school students will get an invitation to the Mayor's Celebration in August if they report for all 8 weeks. Also, we will put the coupon in the drawing bucket when you report online so you might win one of the $100 or $50 gift cards.
Coming Fall 2016
Check back in August to sign-up for the Teen Book Discussion Series that begins September 15th.
Due to popular demand, WOW (Word Obsessed Writers) Club begins on Thursday, September 22nd 5-6:30 pm. Drop into the Story/Craft corner at the 2nd floor Junior Department or register online at Danbury Library Events. We will meet on the fourth Thursday of each month all year round.
Looking for Book Trailers
Many of you have seen some of the book trailers on Amazon. Maryjo, a part-time librarian who works at both the Junior and Adult desks, created a book trailer for her graduate course. This reminded me that I had a teen program a few years back where we created book trailers. Have any of you created book trailers that I could use on our web page? Contact me, Mrs. Harrigan, at 203-797-4528 or email. I would like to explore posting videos trailers on the web page.
If you are taking the drivers' test soon, you might want to check out the DMV Practice Tests. This is a free learning resource, covering every section of your State’s current driver handbook. There is absolutely no cost at all for anyone to take the practice tests, and they are available anytime--and mobile friendly--so students can study whenever they can, and at their own pace.
Don't forget to browse the NEW book selection in Fiction and Non-Fiction.
Remote Access Services
Sign-up for free by using yur Danbury Library Card. Download eBooks and streaming TV and Movies. If you ar in to audiobooks Hoopla is the place for you. It's free, easy and you can access from any device. There are also non-fiction books available at eSebco Library, and OneClickDigital.
Summer Reading Lists
The reading lists are available in the library along with the books for each grade. You can check the catalog to determine if the book you want is checked out. And don't forget to look at our new fiction and nonfiction books. Your reading lists are "suggested" titles. You can read anything as long as it is parent approved.
PLEASE NOTE: Fees (10 cents/day) for Children and Young Adult Books and CDs apply.