May62014

2014 Summer Reading Club and Summer Program Schedule.

Kickoff Party is Saturday May 17th at 10a.m. with the Robotics Club.

We hope you join us! It’s going to be a fun summer!

4PM

montereybayaquarium:

Two scientists collaborate over 5,000 miles. The result: South American sea nettles on display in our Jellies Experience exhibition! Learn more in our latest podcast.

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April252014

science-junkie:

Are We on the Path to Peak Water?
By Kylie Schultz & Amber Billings 

Scientists and experts fear that humanity is reaching the point of peak water — the point at which freshwater is being consumed faster than it is being replenished or available. In the infographic above we take a look at the amount of water use around the world. Can we cut back before we reach the point of no return?

(via pittsburgcamplibrary)

11AM

science-junkie:

Are We on the Path to Peak Water?
By Kylie Schultz & Amber Billings 

Scientists and experts fear that humanity is reaching the point of peak water — the point at which freshwater is being consumed faster than it is being replenished or available. In the infographic above we take a look at the amount of water use around the world. Can we cut back before we reach the point of no return?

11AM

Library News for April 25, 2014

The library offers a lot of services for you. Along with books, audio books, and DVDs, we have a public computers, programs, and a new public printer, including Wi-fi printing from your own laptop, iPad/iPhone or Android tablet or smartphone. Come in and let us show you how.  

We have added records for all our ebook collection. This allows a consolidated search experience for both physical holdings inside the building and e-books, accessible through the internet. This will make a better search experience. If you do NOT want the ebook results included in your search, perform your search and then

REMEMBER The Library has e-books (http://pittsburglibrary.freading.com) and downloadable music (http://pittsburglibrary.freegalmusic.com) AVAILABLE 24/7 for our registered patrons with accounts in good standing. Use the same login you do for your online account to gain access.

New Young Adult titles include: Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck by Jeff Kinney; Betrayed by P. C. Cast; Odette’s Secrets by Maryann MacDonald; and Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead.

For renewals, reserves, or memorials, please contact the Public Library at 613 Quitman Street, Pittsburg, Texas 75686, 903-856-3302 or email info@pittsburglibrary.org. ‘Follow’ us on Twitter, ‘Like’ us on Facebook , ‘Circle’ us on Google+ and Follow us on Tumblr.  We hope to see you at the library.

April172014
December102013

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10AM
willywaldo:

todaysdocument:

Happy Dewey Decimal Day!
December 10, 1851 is the birthday of Melvil Dewey (1851-1931) inventor of the Dewey Decimal system of library classification.

Mildred C. Crabtree, a civilian librarian, selects books in the library for distribution to the wards at Kenner Army Hospital, 07/07/1976


Doesn’t Mildred C. Crabtree have the most perfect stereotypical  librarian name?

willywaldo:

todaysdocument:

Happy Dewey Decimal Day!

December 10, 1851 is the birthday of Melvil Dewey (1851-1931) inventor of the Dewey Decimal system of library classification.

Mildred C. Crabtree, a civilian librarian, selects books in the library for distribution to the wards at Kenner Army Hospital, 07/07/1976

Doesn’t Mildred C. Crabtree have the most perfect stereotypical  librarian name?

(Source: research.archives.gov, via libraryjournal)

10AM
discoverynews:

Chris Hadfield: DNews Person Of The Year
Colonel Chris Hadfield is a man of firsts. He was the first Canadian to carry out a spacewalk, the first Canadian to command the International Space Station and the first person in history to record a produced music video in space. Because of his unique ability to captivate the world, bringing a focus on space station science and what it’s like to live in space, Discovery News is proud to announce that Hadfield has been selected as the first DNews Person of the Year!Read our exclusive interview with Chris
One of the most humble, fun, cool guys I’ve ever had the pleasure to interview. More articles to come after this!

discoverynews:

Chris Hadfield: DNews Person Of The Year

Colonel Chris Hadfield is a man of firsts. He was the first Canadian to carry out a spacewalk, the first Canadian to command the International Space Station and the first person in history to record a produced music video in space. Because of his unique ability to captivate the world, bringing a focus on space station science and what it’s like to live in space, Discovery News is proud to announce that Hadfield has been selected as the first DNews Person of the Year!Read our exclusive interview with Chris

One of the most humble, fun, cool guys I’ve ever had the pleasure to interview. More articles to come after this!

November222013
Too many books? No such thing.

Too many books? No such thing.

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