A research brief on the importance of summer reading and public library summer reading programs
The Playaways are here! Watch this video to learn how to use the latest all-in-one audiobook available to check out at GFJ!
Jane Yolen, author of over 300 popular children’s books, will visit Binghamton on Tuesday, May 11, 2010. Sponsored by the Binghamton Area Reading Council, the agenda includes registration & cash bar (5-6 PM); Buffet dinner (6-7 PM); Presentation titled “Poetry for Children and the Three Rs: Reveal, Revision, and Reinvention” (7-8 PM); and door prizes…
The library will close at 2 P.M. on Saturday, Dec. 29 due to snow.
Library Job Opening: Library Page. Primary responsibilities are re-shelving books, DVD’s etc., opening and closing the library, running errands, other duties as assigned. 15-19 hours per week, $8.00 per hour increasing to $9.00 on December 31, 2014. Flexible schedule with some evening and Saturday hours. Temporary through May 2015 with possibility for conversion to permanent….
Despite a miserable economy, the March 15, 2010 issue of Library Journal reports that 84% of library funding referenda passed in 2009. For New York State, the figure was 100%.
Fall program registration began this week and there are only a few spots left! Call the library today to register for our story times and book clubs!