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The Oxford Public Library is currently collecting food and pet toys for the animal shelter. Please leave donations in the specially designated box in the foyer at the library.   

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The next meeting of the Friends of the Library will be Thursday, November 6th at 7pm. 

 

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eSequels indexes character, location and subject as well as author and title so you can identify a series that you may recall only vaguely.

eSequels gives brief annotations that describe each title without "giving away" any surprise endings.

And last, but most important for some readers, eSequels lists the novels in the correct reading sequence so you can begin at the beginning rather than blunder into the middle of "Act III."


Looking for books and authors just like one you have read? Try using our new databases Novelist or Novelist for grades K-8.


Adult Programs:

Book Discussion:  Join us on Thursday, November 20 at 6:30pm for our next adult book discussion,  Gulp! by Mary Roach

America's funniest science writer takes you on a tour of the alimentary canal. Why doesn't the stomach digest itself? Why is crunchy food so appealing? We travel the world, meeting Eskimos and exorcists, murderers and mad scientists, rabbis and terrorists-tackling the questions no-one else thinks to ask or has the courage to ask.


DONATIONS-Please contribute to the Friends of the Library in Oxford. Every dollar you donate to the
Jane D. Weiss Family Foundation will be matched to double the donation to the Friends of the Library in Oxford.
Donations of $25 and over with your name and address will be acknowledged as a charitable tax deduction.
Thank you for your continuing support.


New Kindle Titles available! Please check out our 2 new Kindles donated by the Friends of the Library in Oxford. We just added numerous titles to both machines-Kindle Title List-the newest in fiction and nonfiction bestsellers are available. Come by the library to check them out!


Please check out our Overdrive Downloadable Audiobook and E-book Service-

 Adults: Click here to get started searching:  http://bibliomation.lib.overdrive.com

Kids and Teens: Click here to get started searching: Kids and Teens E-reader Room

For all ages help downloading the initial needed software, check out the videos here:

http://www.overdrive.com/help-videos/

Downloadable audiobook and ebook service from the State Library available now!

Click http://iconnct.oneclickdigital.com to get started.

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Site last updated: October 24, 2014.

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