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Reading Program at the Six Mile Regional Library

Winter Reading 2017

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Winter Reading 2017
Hygge [hooga] n: to create well-being, connection, and warmth
Read 5 books by February 28th and enter a drawing for a cozy gift basket!
Sign up at the customer service desk at either library
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 755
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Winter Reading Library Bingo

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Winter Reading Library Bingo
January 2-February 28
Stop by either library location and pick up a Children’s or Teen Bingo Card. Return completed bingo card by February 28 and get a prize!
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 720
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We are delighted to announce the consolidation of our eBook collections to one platform! The Cloud Library is now our exclusive platform for eBooks and downloadable audiobooks.

We are delighted to announce the consolidation of our eBook collections to one platform! The Cloud Library is now our exclusive platform for eBooks and downloadable audiobooks.

If you are already using the Cloud Library, you know that it is very easy to use. For those of you who are new to the Cloud Library, please visit ebook.3m.com to get set up or grab our general how-to brochure. We think you’ll love it.

If you have been using the Lewis & Clark Digital Consortium (Overdrive) for eBooks and downloadable audiobooks, please be aware that this service is migrating to the Cloud Library effective July 1, 2016; the links you use to access this collection will no longer work after that date. We sincerely regret any inconvenience this may cause. But know that all the titles that were available in the Overdrive consortium remain available to you (with very few exceptions). Also be aware that the migration will take a few weeks for the titles formerly available through Overdrive to appear in the Cloud Library.

If you are a Kindle user, please be advised that the Kindle Fire works with the Cloud Library, but basic Kindles do not. You may have another device, such as a smart phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer that you can use to access the Cloud Library.

It’s very easy to sign up for and use the Cloud Library. If you find you need a little help, simply stop in or contact us for one-on-one assistance. We are also setting up “open office hours” to help with the transition – check our website for dates and times.

Another benefit of the Cloud Library is that you can identify eBook titles and check them out right from the library’s online catalog, making it unnecessary for you to look in two places for reading material. Through this migration and consolidation you can look forward to an expanded selection of eBooks and downloadable audiobooks all in one easy-to-use place. Additionally, by doing this, SMRLD is saving money that can be used for other titles or services. Happy reading and listening!

Illinois public libraries migrating from the Lewis & Clark Digital Consortium to the Cloud Library include:
Auburn, Belleville, Bethalto, Breese, Brighton, Bunker Hill, Cahokia, Carrollton, Case-Halstead (Carlyle), Caseyville, Columbia, Daughtery (Dupo), Edwardsville, Fairview Heights, Germantown, Glen Carbon, Grand Prairie of the West (Virden), Hayner (Alton), Jerseyville, Louis Latzer (Highland), Maryville, Millstadt, Mississippi Valley (Collinsville & Fairmount City), Morrison-Talbott (Waterloo), Six Mile (Granite City, Mitchell, & Pontoon Beach), Smithton, Tri-Township (Troy), Valmeyer, and Wood River.

For more information visit our eBooks and eAudiobooks page or call 452-6238 ext 4

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Library Bucks!

Library Bucks 2015

 

Earn Library Bucks by doing homework or reading in the library. Earn one Library Buck for every half hour of homework or reading done in the library. Up to a maximum of two Bucks per day. Spend your Library Bucks on school supplies, earbuds, flash drives and more. Remember to check in at the desk before you start.

Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 3

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September Book Club!

September 2014 Book Club

For the September book club, we will be reading “In the Woods” by Tana French!

Join the discussion on Monday, September 29 at 6:30 pm at Kool Beanz Cafe located at 1316 Niedringhaus Avenue!

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Read Down Your Fines!

Read Down Your Fines Flyer

Readers through age 17

Mon., June 23–

Sat., June 28

Come to the library to read away your fines. For
every half-hour that you read at the library (up
to 1 hour per day), you earn a library “buck.”
Library bucks have no monetary value and you
can’t exchange them for change, but you can use
them to pay any fines, lost item fees, and the cost
for a replacement library card.
Find out more at the youth services desk or call 452-6238 ext 3.

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Paws to Read! 2014 Adult Summer Reading Program

 

ASRP Flier 2014
Sign up for the Six Mile Regional Library District’s 2014 Adult Summer Reading Program, Paws to Read!
Begin reading for chances to win weekly drawings for gift cards to local restaurants and the the grand prize of a Kindle Fire.
Register at either library location: 2901 State Street or 2145 Johnson Road.
Ends August 2!
Questions? Please call (618)452-6238.

 

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Summer Reading Program 2014!

Searching for something to do this summer?

Register for this year’s program, Paws to Read, at either Six Mile Regional Library District location.
Read books, win prizes!
All ages may join the club.
Also be on the lookout for special upcoming events on our Facebook page and on the Six Mile Regional Library District Events Calendar. Pick up information about events inside the library too.

Questions? Visit us soon or call 452-6238.

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