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Volume 11 Number 3, Fall 2000
In This Issue:

IDT Reading Rewards

N.J. Center gets 3 grants

The Director’s Journal

Library on TV

Library revives Lorraine Hansberry Lecture Series

Treasures of the Library

Hispanic Heritage celebration

Hispanic Heritage Celebration Events

La Sala Hispanoamericana

Library Hours

Spanish/Bilingual Database

It's at your fingertips

What Do I Read Next?

Create-A-Book

Corky at SRC kickoff

SeniorSurf Success Stories

Book Sale Volunteers

Friends of The Newark Public Library

 

What Do I Read Next?

You are nearing the end of one of the best novels that you’ve read in years. What do you read next?

The Library catalog, available at the Library or via the Internet, and the readers’ advisory references available in Arts & Humanities are excellent sources . . . as are easy-to-use electronic resources now on the Library’s Web page. The newer one, NoveList, provides assistance in locating books of interest to individuals. NoveList also augments the Library’s other electronic reader’s advisor, What Do I Read Next?

Access NoveList from the Library’s home page (www.npl.org). Then type the name of a favorite author, book, subject, theme, type of characters, or setting that is appealing and read the resulting titles that match your reading preferences.

An advantageous feature of NoveList, underwritten by the New Jersey State Library, is that it is accessible remotely—like other resources from EBSCO Information Services.


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