Looking for a way to stay up to date on new books being published?
The Jackson District Library can help.
You can also sign up to have library related newsletters, BookLetters, emailed to you. Make your choice from over 100 newsletters to receive the latest updates on New Fiction Award Winners, As Seen on Television, Meet the Author, and Meet the Illustrator just to name a few.
Did you know that you currently have access to 1,714 downloadable audio books through the Jackson District Library Website?
Click on Library Resources from the Navigation menu on the left side of the home page
This will take you to the eJDL page and click on the NetLibrary Logo
We are going on a road trip next week-end and I like to take Audio books when we travel. As I was looking for some that the whole family might like, I was reminded of some that we listened to when my daughter was younger (between the ages of 4 and 11)., and thought you might like some of them too.
Yesterday (July 19th) the New York Times, on their blog posted the question, Who was your Harry Potter? They have 1031 responses so far. Check out our forum section and let us know what your favorites were.
On the left side of this page click Teens, then click scroll down to Interact in JDL Forums and click the Interact Logo. Click Books and Reading and finally Who was your Harry potter. Or just click this link http://myjdl.com/forum/129
The Jackson District Library has a Flickr website. Flickr is a picture sharing website. We have put some pictures of our buildings, (right now it is mainly the Carnegie Building, but we will be adding more in the future), and our programs.
To look at the pictures go to http://flickr.com and in the search bar type jacksondistrictlibrary.
Check back often we will be adding pictures.