This Week in History . . .

H G Wells was born on September 21, 1866.  He authored over 100 works but is best known for his science fiction.  Wells, like Jules Verne, is often called “the father science fiction.”  His most famous stories are The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine,

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Résumé Revamp

How long has it been since you’ve updated your résumé?  Now is a great time to update or create a professional resume, and the library has many helpful tools available.  Learning Express Library’s Job & Career Accelerator  provides guidance in everything from choosing the right c

Celebrating Hispanic Writers

As the start of Hispanic Heritage Month comes closer, we have created a display of books of some of the many Hispanic writers who have contributed to the world of reading.  Please browse "Celebrating Hispanic Writers" and select some titles to check out and share with friends and family.  These books will provide enriching reads.  Happy Reading!