Fanwood & Scotch Plains just lost one of our own
with the passing of the Smithereen’s Pat DiNizio.
Check out what Pat had to say about libraries
|kanopy, a new on-demand film streaming service, is now available free to adult Fanwood cardholders. The kanopy collection offers a broad selection of over 30,000 feature films, documentaries, foreign language, & training videos, including: the Criterion Collection, The Great Courses & Frontline series, and international films. Visit http://fanwoodlibrary.kanopystreaming.com/ Set up your kanopy account (you’ll need your card# & PIN) & start watching amazing movies.|
|RBdigital provides access to eBooks and e-audiobooks for Fanwood residents. Plenty of hot titles and Summer Reading Books. Download the app for your mobile device or you can them through your laptop or computer.||Comics Plus: Library Edition has thousands of digital comic books – available with a click of your mouse or a tap of your finger. All you need is your library card & a web browser to get started. You can even download the Comics Plus: Library Edition app for iPhone and iPad to take your borrowed comics on the go!|
|Tutor.com is now open for business from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. 7-days a week to Fanwood and Scotch Plains Library cardholders. One-on-one help in 40 subjects including math, science, essay writing, foreign language, social studies, test prep and more for K-12 with a live qualified tutor. Give it a try!||RBdigital’s Zinio for Libraries is available now to Fanwood Library cardholders. It provides digital access to over 50 full color magazines on health, photography, fashion, food and more. Set up an account to get started with your library card number. Read magazines on your PC or Mac and download them to your mobile devices through the Zinio app for Apple and Android.|
|We are committed to serving kids of all ages. Looking for info for your latest assignment? Trying to track down the next book in your favorite series? We’re here to help!||
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|Take a look at Brian Rodgers’ collection of antique “SAD” IRONS. “Sad” is an Old English word for “solid” and the term “sad iron” refers to the largest and heaviest of the flat irons.
Let us know if you have a great collection you’d like to share.
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