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March 2015 Lee County Library Newsletter
Library Calendar of Events
Much appreciation is extended to Kim Fields for her donation of 60 books on Autism and Asperger's syndrome.
211- Get Connected. Get Answers.
Lee County now participates in the 211 Get Connected, Get Answers assistance system. This is currently the most comprehensive listing of services available to county residents. If Lee County residents need services for food, housing, employment, health care, child care, volunteer opportunities, crisis intervention, and/or legal assistance, the main source for assistance is via a 211 call to the 211 website, or United Way of LeeCounty. All information is free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day. Lee County 211 is staffed with agents who speak several languages.
Disaster Preparedness - Are you Ready?
Lee County Libraries will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 25, 2015.
Welcome to the Lee County Library!
The Lee County Library operates two libraries, with the main collection at the Suzanne Reeves Library, located in downtown Sanford at 107 Hawkins Avenue, near its intersection with Carthage Street. The one-story brick building is just three blocks east of U.S. 421 and sits on U.S. 15-501 Business, which is Hawkins Avenue. Free parking is available.
A branch library is located at 206 South Main Street in Broadway, N.C.
The library catalog is now online and can be accessed at home. Patrons can search for books, review their account and place holds at home.
The main library building at 107 Hawkins Avenue provides wireless access (Wi-Fi hotspot) to the Internet. Ask at the front desk for login information. This service is only available during business hours.
Books in spanish, dual language children's books and adult literacy materials are available for checkout at the Main Library.
The mission of the Lee County Library is to encourage exploration of new ideas, support educational core curriculum initiatives and early childhood literacy; enhance the economic vitality of the region through workforce development, strengthen the community and enrich the quality of life for all by providing cultural, technological, and informational programming and materials.
We provide books, DVDs, a public computer lab, and a wealth of online research resourcess to both help inform and entertain library patrons.
Our Main Branch, the Suzanne Reeves Library on 107 Hawkins Avenue, is open six days a week. Please click our "Locations & Hours" tab for hours.
There is a branch in Broadway at 206 S. Main Street. It is regularly open three afternoons a week. Please stop in and see what services we offer.
Free Children's ebooks
Click on the link below.
Then click on a book to open it.
If your device has sound you can also hear the book by clicking on Narration.
Narration is available in several languages besides English.
Tip: You must click the play button and the sound symbol for each page.
New Titles At the Library
April Sanford Herald List
Deception on Sable Hill – Shelley Gray
Favorite Son – Tiffany L. Warren
Fifth Gospel (The) – Ian Caldwell
Hot Pursuit – Stuart Woods
Love Letters – Beverly Lewis
Miss Julia Lays Down the Law – Ann B. Ross
Motive – Jonathan Kellerman
Obsession in Death – J.D. Robb
Pride v Prejudice – Joan Hess
Private India: City on Fire – James Patterson
Stranger – Harlan Coben
Wednesday Group – Sylvia True
Be Safe, Love Mom: A Military Mom’s Stories… - Elaine Lowry Brye
Becoming Steve Jobs – Brent Schlender
Bettyville: A Memoir – George Hodgman
Between the Dark and the Daylight: Embracing the Contradictions of Life – Joan Chittister
Case for Grace (The) – Lee Strobel
Death of Caesar – Barry Strauss
Eat Local for Less – Julie Castillo
If You Find This Letter: My Journey to Find Purpose… - Hannah Brencher
Resilience – Eric Greitens
Undone: A Story of Making Peace with an Unexpected Life - Michele Cushatt
War Bonds: Love Stories from the Greatest Generation – Cindy Hval
What a Girl Needs From Her Mom – Cheri Fuller
Aqualicious – Victoria Kann
Click, Clack, Peep! – Doreen Cronin
If You Plant A Seed – Kadir Nelson
Spirit Animals Book 7: The Evertree – Marie Lu
Bruno Mars: Biography – Stephanie Watson
Zendaya: Biography – Heather Schwartz
The Haunting of Sunshine Girl: Book One - Paige McKenzie
The Secret Side of Empty - Maria E. Andreu
Big Bang Theory (Season 1)
Into the Woods
Most Violent Year (A)
Your Library Account
Here you can view, renew your checked out items, or request a hold on materials!
eBooks from Overdrive
e-iNC Overdrive eBook Collection: The Lee County Public Library is now participating in Overdrive's Ebook and Audiobook collections. Download ebooks and audiobooks to your computer, cell phone, iPod, or ebook reader (including Kindle). The collection includes current popular titles and will continue to grow each year. You just need your library card number, PIN, and internet access to get started!
The Stranger by Harlan Coben. Dutton, 2015. $27.95, 400 pages.
Harlan Coben does not disappoint fans in his latest novel The Stranger. Adam Price, the main character is living the American Dream,: a good job, wife and two kids. Then one day at a Lacrosse meeting, a stranger whispers, “You didn’t have to stay with her.” The next few minutes of conversation rock Adam’s world. The man murmers unbelievable things about his wife, that she lied about being pregnant, about the miscarriage. He tells Adam the pregnancy test and sonogram printout were all faked. The stranger suggests he should have paternity tests run on the two boys and suggests he look up a charge on the credit card bill and then takes off sprinting. As the story unravels the stranger tells yet another person about a secret in their life. If you enjoy a twisted plot, well developed characters and page flipping fast action, this is the book. The tangled web of lies changes the course of Adam’s life in a crushingly painful way. Review by Susan Benning
Review by Susan Benning
Home Grown ebooks
Lee County Library and other libraries in the state have joined together with NC LIVE in a project called Homegrown eBooks. At least ten NC publishers are part of this launch project. Many eBooks written by NC authors are available. The books will have MARC records and be part of our catalog. For best results, users will need the latest version of Google Chrome or Safari. Chrome and Safari are available as free downloads. Users of other browsers are able to access the collection but may experience technical issues.
Access via the BiblioBoard Library App
The BiblioBoard Library app is available for iPad®, Kindle Fire HD®, Nexus tablets® and Galaxy Tab® (4.0+) mobile devices.
Step 1: Visit the BiblioBoard website using the NC LIVE link above.
Step 2: Click on the yellow "tablet" link in the upper-right corner.
Step 3: Create your own user account.
Step 4: Download the appropriate app and login using the account information created in step 3.