Monthly Archives: August 2013

Book A Librarian

Ever had a problem with a computer, digital device, or eBooks? Ever wish you could go somewhere and not have it cost you to ask for help? Did you know the library offers one-on-one computer and technology help at no … Continue reading

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September Movies!

Looking for something new to watch, without commercials every five minutes? The September movies are ready and waiting at the Eckhart Public Library! These two movies are geared towards children, but I have a strong feeling adults and teens might … Continue reading

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Blurring the Lines: Beastly

Without a doubt Alex Flinn is one of my favorite authors. Aside from doing novels that stand alone and talk about different issues like anger management and an attack on an HIV-positive student, Flinn reforms fairy tales. Beastly is the story … Continue reading

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Goodviews: Scream 2

Recommended by: Heather Scream 2 is one of the movies that proves the sequel is not always worse than the original. In “Scream”, viewers were introduced to Sidney Prescott, a young woman whose mother had died prior to the movie. In … Continue reading

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What and where?

It’s perfect weather to curl up on a porch chair (or by a lake, or under a tree in the library park) with a good story. What’s on your reading list this weekend? Where will you read?

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Local History Mysteries

Here at The Willennar Genealogy Center, we receive many photos that are partially or completely unidentified. We’d like your help identifying people, places, and buildings. We are adding some of these photos to the library’s Flickr account, along with other interesting photos … Continue reading

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Looking For Online Resources About Hobbies, Crafts, Or Home Improvement?

We have them! In addition to our many fine books, you can access Inspire databases (a service of the Indiana State Library) to get great ideas for crafts, hobbies, and home improvement projects.  Included in the Inspire database family is the Hobbies & Crafts … Continue reading

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New Board Books!

The Children’s Department has a lot of great new board books. Select the images to go to each book’s record in our catalog. If the book is currently unavailable, you can place a hold online from that page using your … Continue reading

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It’s all relative

Trying to remember to return library books on time can be a challenge. We’ve all been there. You toss it in the back of your car, or you lay it on your kitchen counter, and you say: “I’ll take care … Continue reading

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