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July is American Independence

 During the month of July, Americans across the country celebrate Independence Day. Check out these nonfiction books to learn more about the history of the United States.

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Allison is an Adult Services Librarian with the New Berlin Public Library... Read More »


Audiobook Month

June is Audiobook Month! I think we’ll all agree that finding time to read can be difficult. So many of us live full, busy lives and settling down with a good book isn’t at the top of our to-do lists. Audiobooks are the perfect solution. You can take your story on the go and listen as you work, do chores, or drive from place to place. (And yes, audiobooks are real books, and they totally count!) You ... Read More »

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June is Pride Month

The month of June in the United States is celebrated as LGBT Pride Month. According the Library of Congress “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month) is currently celebrated each year in the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan.” The Stonewall riots were a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States to fight for equality. The ... Read More »

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Computer Help at the Library

Are you or someone you know looking for guided, one-on-one computer help? The library is launching a brand new computer and technology tutoring service! This summer we’re pairing adults looking to improve their computer skills with our teen summer volunteers. Work together to learn about computers and become more tech savvy.   The teens will work with you to answer your questions about computers, email ... Read More »

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New Berlin Public Library Hold Requests Service The Hold Process Let’s say a patron wants a particular item, but it isn’t on the shelf.  Here’s what happens when a hold is placed: 1) a computer request is placed (see below for options). 2) one or more of 24 libraries is notified of the request. 3) a member of that library staff pulls the book and registers the book for shipping. 4) transfer ... Read More »

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