FIRST LINE FRIDAY: THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY
"How easy it was to disappear: A thousand trains a day entered or left Chicago"
- The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America by Erik Larson
To read this fascinating book about Chicago's history, find it here!
#MGPLTEEN INSTAGRAM CONTEST
Get out and about this summer and don't forget to snap and share pix that fit the theme of this year's #MGPLTEEN Instagram Contest - "The Great Outdoors." To enter the contest, just tag your Instagram photos with #MGPLTeen or email them to email@example.com.
The contest ends on August 28th, so get started now taking Great Outdoors photos and tagging #MGPLTeen.
SUMMER LUNCH MOVIES!
Stop in at the library each week on Fridays at noon for a different family-friendly sports movie. Bring your lunch with you, and we will provide the dessert!
The Summer Lunch Movies Series continues with Little Giants (1994, PG, 1 hr 47 min) on July 22nd because who doesn't love an underdog sports movie? Make sure to come back on July 29th for Angels in the Outfield (1994, PG, 1 hr 42 min)
Children under 8 must be accompanied by a parent/caregiver.
Want the next must-read book or new music to listen to in the car? MGPL has resources to help with that. MyMediaMall, eReadIllinois, and Hoopla are full of EBooks, Audiobooks, CDs from your favorite artist, and even movies. Use any mobile device or computer to access the resources. For more information…
Have you seen the wonderful pictures of library life on Instagram? The 140 characters or less pieces of advice on Twitter? What about the latest book discussion selections on GoodReads? We even showcase our fun and sometimes musical videos on YouTube. Friend or follow us!
LYNDA.COM: ONLINE RESOURCE
The Library has added Lynda.com to its list of online resources! This is a great resource because it includes thousands of step-by-step video tutorials on software, business management, accounting, social media, coding, game design and so much more. Interested? Watch this video tutorial.
Find Lynda.com through the library's website. Please note, the mobile app is not set up for library accounts.