Library Features: What's New @ The Library
EBPL Expands World Language Collections
The East Brunswick Public Library has expanded its world language collections to reflect our growing community.
“We have expanded our collections to better reflect East Brunswick,” said Jill D’Amico, Adult Services Librarian. “The Library is a community resource, and we strive to offer materials that are inclusive and reflective of this community.”
The Library recently begun to order Urdu books, and plans to add more throughout the year. Urdu is widely spoken in Pakistan and India, and is cited as among the top 10 languages spoken at home among East Brunswick public schoolchildren. Recently added Urdu books include popular fiction and cookbooks.
Also recently updated was the Hebrew collection. With grassroots support from the local Hebrew-speaking community, this collection has expanded to include recent popular fiction and history books from Israel.
Thanks to generous donations, our Chinese language collection also expanded. These books are ordered on a continual basis so that our patrons can enjoy the newest books as they are published.
The East Brunswick Public Library offers materials in Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Hebrew, Gujarati, Hindi, and Arabic. Residents who have suggestions or questions regarding the world language collections are encouraged to contact Jill D’Amico at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Record Play Film Competition Deadline EXTENDED
The Record.Play Film Competition submissions are NOW due by Monday, June 8 at 9 p.m. The 2015 theme is Heroes. There are three age categories: Youth (12 and under), Teens (13 to 19) and Adult (20 and older).
The screening and red carpet award ceremony will be held on Thursday, June 25th.
We look forward to seeing what you create!
Zinio for Libraries
Get ready to enjoy your favorite magazines from your computer, phone, or tablet with ZINIO - the library's online newstand of eMagazines. Zinio lets you enjoy the latest issues of the most popular magazines at no cost to library card holders.
Simply go to www.ebpl.org and click on the ZINIO link at the bottom of the page to get started. New users will need to create an account using their 14-digit library barcode number.
Browse our collection of forty popular magazines, then stream them online, 24/7. There's even a Zinio for Libraries APP to read your favorite magazines offline on your iPad, Android and Other Devices.
Here is the complete list of exciting titles for 2015:
Car and Driver
Conde Nast Traveler
Cooking with Paul Deen
Every Day with Rachel Ray
Food Network Magazine
Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Martha Stewart Living
National Geographic Interactive
O, The Oprah Magazine