Grafton Public Library

Library CLOSING at 5:00 p.m

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December 31, 2013 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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fireworks_colorfulDid you know… the Grafton Public Library has a 24/7 digital branch to meet your informational and recreational needs!

While the Library is closed for the holidays, why not try an online resource?

eBooks for your Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Smartphone, Tablet…

C/W MARS offers Overdrive eBooks and eAudio for adult, teens and children, for free! The Grafton Library contributes extra copies and requested materials for Grafton residents – email your eBook and eAudio requests for purchase consideration.

Massachusetts residents can expand their digital book access with a free Boston Public Library eCard (you get database access, too!).

Need help getting eBooks and eAudio onto your deviceA? Want to borrow an eReader and try before you buy? Visit our eBook page for information, training schedule, or to set up a one-0n-one appointment with a staff member.

Streaming Independent Film, On Demand

The library’s Indieflix subscription bring award-winning independent short films, features and documentaries right to your laptop, tablet or smartphone! Ever wondered about those Oscar winning shorts? check out Indieflix – just set up a free account and verify with your library card for 24/7 access. Please note that Indieflix may contain unrated films and is not recommended for children under 18; parental discretion is advised.

Learn a New Language

Mango Languages offers multimedia instruction in Spanish, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Mandarin Chinese, Greek, Italian and more, plus English as a Second Language instruction. Set up a free account, and you can bookmark your lessons and pick up where you left off!

Novelist: Suggestions for What to Read Next

Hold list for the new Dan Brown book too long? Ripped through all of the Harry Potter series? What do you turn to when no librarian is available? Check out Novelist, which finds authors, titles and series similar to books you love. It’s linked to the Library catalog so you can search and place a hold right away.

 

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