Last week I was on the road for the Public Library Association’s annual conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I was super excited to attend sessions on equity, early learning and chatted with fellow librarians on how they engage with their communities.
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People listen to audiobooks while traveling, gardening, cooking, cleaning, walking and even while falling asleep. The ability to download audiobooks has made it easier to read no matter where you are or what you’re doing.
Most people think of the library as a place to borrow books; Kitsap Regional Library is that and so much more! ‘Checkout’ these under-the-radar services:
You may have noticed last week that we launched a brand new website! It’s more colorful with bigger images, and easier navigation. This upgrade also provides a great opportunity to remind everyone of our HUGE children’s eBook and downloadable audiobook selection!
When ebooks first came on the scene, book lovers eyed them with suspicion. Humph. Devices are fine but paper is better, aren’t we agreed? The smell of a new book, the heft of a tome, the feel of the pages…it’s more pure. More real. More legitimate.