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As a lover of books and an inveterate reader, as I presume you to be since you are reading this blog, I imagine that one of the great pleasures in life for you, as it is for me, is discovering a new author, one whose books you find exciting to read. Your discoveries may be different from mine, but I bet the thrill of the find is similar for us both.
I am always looking for the next book to read. When I finish one there follows a period of time where I cast around searching for the next one. Sometimes I end up going back to a book I read years ago, or to one on a topic that currently intrigues me. I often look for a new book by an author I enjoyed reading in the past, but nothing tops the pleasure of discovering a book by an author I do not know whose book surprises and pleases me in ways I do not expect. Some books give more pleasure than others, some are more memorable, more likely to be read a second or third time. These are the books I seek.
Please join us in the Level 2 Reading Room for this author talk on Inventive New Jersey.
Discover the power of searching census records online using Ancestry, a major collection on online genealogy databases. Discover what census schedules will tell you about your relatives, and learn a few tricks to make your searching more effective.
This class will provide an introduction to WestLawNext.
Instruction will include:
On March 27, Andrea Levandowski taught "You Don't Know Google Maps," an introduction to using Google's popular mapping tool. Many people are already familiar with Google Maps, but this class included some helpful tools and tips that often go overlooked. In addition, this class covered the new version of Google Maps (which you can already preview) that will make the desktop version more consistent with the app for Android and Apple devices.
On Tuesday, March 25, Alain Tschanz led the Lunchtime Learning class, "Raspberry Pi 3: Setting Up a Home Theater."
Please join us from noon to 1p.m. in the Level 2 Reading Room for a free author talk on the Mercerville Deli, Fred and Pete's (in business for more than 45 years).
Author Paul Jellinek will tell about the staff and patrons who visit the Delicatessen,
reminding us of the importance of human connection and community in our lives.