Thursday, July 7, 2016

Castillo, Linda / Among the Wicked
Clancy, Tom / Duty & Honor
Connolly, John / A Time of Torment
Coonts, Stephen / Liberty's Last Stand
Cussler, Clive / Emperor's Revenge
Fairstein, Linda / Killer Look
Hilderbrand, Elin / Here's to Us
Johansen, Iris / Night and Day
Kenyon, Sherrilyn / Born of Legend
King, Stephen / End of Watch
Klosterman, Chuck / But What If We Were Wrong
Linsdey, Jophanna / Make me Love You
Mallery, susan / Daughters of the Bride
Mosley, Walter / Charcoal Joe
Palahniuk, Chuck / Fight Club 2
Patterson, James / 15th Affair
Roby, Kimberla Lawson / A Sinful Calling
Silva, Daniel / Black Widow
Steel, Danielle / Magic
Thor, Brad / Foreign Agent
Ward, J.R. / Angels' Share
Ware, Ruth / Woman in Cabin 10
Wittlinger, Ellen / Local Woman Swept Away

Summer Reading Continues

Saturday, July 2, 2016

War Service Library

How did librarians fit in to national security in the 20th century? In an array of ways, says Cara Bertram, an archivist for the American Library Association. Libraries were established at hospitals and military bases.

"In both wars, librarians back at home or on the front were key in collecting and distributing books to soldiers," Bertram says. "During World War I, librarians maintained camp and hospital libraries," and in both world wars, "librarians promoted books drives and encouraged donations."
Librarians were especially active during World War I. The ALA reports that between 1917 and 1920, its Library War Service established three dozen camp libraries with the support of the Carnegie Corporation and raised $5 million in public contributions. Special uniforms were created for librarians in World War I. The American Library in Paris— established in 1920 by the ALA and American expatriates, and seeded with books from the LWS — continues to this day. Source: American Library Association

Child Internet Protection Act

It is the policy of the Copiah Jefferson Regional Library to:   (a) prevent unauthorized access and other unlawful online activity;  ...