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When signing into Wisconsin's Digital Library (OverDrive), you will now be prompted to enter a PIN in addition to your library name and library barcode. Your PIN is the PIN you use to sign into your library account. If you do not have a PIN, please see the Circulation Desk for assistance.

Important Library Card Information!

 Starting June 1st, the library card blocking amount will be reduced from $20 to $10. This means that if you have library fines that amount to more than $10, your library card will be blocked and your library privileges may be limited.

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National Library Week

April 13-19, 2014

How has the library changed your life? Is there a book(or books?)that has changed your life? In honor of National Library Week, which is April 13-19, we encourage you to share your stories here @ the library.

 

Money and Banking

2014 Wisconsin Humanities Council Series

We are now holding monthly book discussions and a presentation that centers on issues related to money and banking. Enjoy works of fiction and non-fiction that illuminate the history and intrigue of the financial world.

View program schedule

 

Year of the Database

To kick off 2014, the New Berlin Public Library launched the Year of the Database celebration. As members of the Waukesha County Federated Library System (WCFLS),we subscribe to a diverse range of databases and would like to share them with you. A different database is highlighted each month and we are offering workshops that will show you how to use them.

Connect to the WCFLS Databases here

View Schedule of Upcoming Workshops

There is no April Database Workshop

   

eBook Help Clinics

Need help learning how to find, download & enjoy eBooks on your device? Drop in at one of our free help clinics. A Librarian will be on hand to answer your questions.

Download the May schedule (PDF).

 

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Got eBooks?

Our library offers access to Wisconsin's Digital Library (powered by OverDrive), where library cardholders can check out, download, and enjoy eBooks, audiobooks and more.

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Visit Our New Library Blog!

Our library now hosts a blog that will deliver the latest library news as well as book reviews and book lists on a variety of topics. You can subscribe or view the blog by selecting Blog from the What's New tab.

 

New! Rotating Displays

Come visit our display upstairs by the fireplace. In keeping with the changing season, this month's focus is travel! All books in the display are available for checkout.

 

Looking for Awesome?

Have you checked out a book, DVD or CD that you thought was just awesome? Drop it into the Awesome Box, located by the Self Check-in machine. We will then add it to our list of awesome materials found here.

 

What Can The Library Do For You?

The answer is as easy as ABC! View our complete list of what the New Berlin Public Library has to offer you.

 

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Looking for something good to read?

Check out our recommended lists to see what's new and what's hot.

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Other Great Resources for Finding Books

Take a look at our Adult Readers Advisory pages for book reviews,  reading group guides, genre pages, readalikes, book lists and more

 

Health Literacy Project

Now there is a Waukesha County-based website dedicated to providing trustworthy health information and helping people develop health literacy skills. This site is a collaboration between WCFLS and the Literacy Council of Greater Waukesha.

Explore the Health Literacy Project today!

 

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