Waiting For You Book Club
Patrons who join the WAITING FOR YOU BOOK CLUB @ the Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library will automatically be put on the list for new books by their favorite fiction authors. Consider it one less thing you have to think about!
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Download eBooks and Audio Books from Home!
Did you know that you can download eBooks and audio books on your tablet, PC, iPod, or mobile phone? Our digital downloads service is a free amenity you may use at any time, 24/7, with no late fees ever. Get started today!
All you need to do is click the image above or hover over Account on the menu and select Digital Download. Go to Account, enter your 14-digit library card and your PIN number which is the last four digits of your telephone number we have on record. Once logged in, browse around and hit the "Place a Hold" button on any eBook or audio book you would like to borrow. When the eBook is ready for download, an email will be sent to you. You may also check your Account for a list of eBooks you have out, are on hold, and what you can download.
Check out this video to get started on your tablet by downloading OverDrive; the app used for this free service.
For any questions, check out the Help page or come in to the Adult Reference desk. We would be more than happy to help you out!
Books Coming Soon
Deadly Fate by Heather Graham
Non-Fiction My Marathon: Reflections on a Gold Medal Life by Frank Shorter
Bullseye by James Patterson
Non-Fiction Presto! How I Made Over 100 Pounds Disappear and Other Magical Tales by Penn Jillette
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My Marathon: Reflections on a Gold Medal Life
Summary: My Marathon: Reflections on a Gold Medal Life is a revealing memoir by Frank Shorter, the father of American distance running. After winning the 1969 NCAA title in the 10,000-meters title during his senior year at Yale, Shorter went on to win a staggering 24 national titles on track, road, and cross country courses, but it was in the marathon that Shorter achieved his greatest fame and recognition.
At the 1972 Munich Games, Shorter won the Olympic marathon finishing more than 2 minutes ahead of the second-place finisher. Four years later, he finished a controversial second in the Olympic marathon in Montreal. The controversy, still unresolved to this day, revolved around the East German "winner" being a possible drug cheat. Shorter later founded the United States Anti-Doping Agency. Written with noted sportswriter John Brant, My Marathon details these inspiring events, as well as the physical and emotional abuse Shorter suffered as a child. This inspiring memoir is a testament to the resiliency of the human spirit and the transformative power of sports.
IN-PERSON REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Registration opens one week prior to a class for Haverstraw Library cardholders and 3 days prior for everyone else. All classes are held in the Community Room at the Main Library in Garnerville unless otherwise noted.
Computer classes will resume in the fall. Stay tuned for dates and times. Classes we offer are:
♦ Computer Basics
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Museum passes are available for Haverstraw Library card holders only to:
⋄ American Museum of Natural History
Haverstraw Library cardholder must be established and be in good standing (i.e. patron must physically have library card at hand and have no fees).
- One museum pass per family.
Cast On at Haverstraw Library
Can you knit and purl? Would you like to learn? Looking for more adventurous projects? Join us for a knitting group! Share ideas and expertise while working on independent projects or knit-alongs. Making use of the wealth of online information from sites like Ravelry, we'll work together to create knitted items. We can expand our horizons to other crafts like spinning, weaving and lace-making as time goes on. Interested? The Knitting Club meets every Monday at the Board Room in the Lower Level at 6:00 pm.
Haverstraw Library cardholders in good standing may borrow tablets (Androids and iPads) for a 2 week (14 day) period. Many educational and entertainment apps have been downloaded to the tablets including Ace the SAT, Daily Cardio Workout, Recipe Search, Citizenship 2013, Rosetta Course, 3D Bowling and more. Drop by the Adult Reference desk at either building to borrow a tablet out.
Nook Colors are available for check out at both Library buildings at the Adult Reference desk. Only Haverstraw Library cardholders in good standing may borrow one out.
Our Nooks come preloaded with some content but patrons may download digital content onto the reader via our digital download service. Instructions to download content from the Library onto the reader will be provided. Questions? Call the reference desk at 786-3800 ext 18 or email us.
Nooks and Kindles are available! Drop by the Adult Reference desk to borrow one.
Have your own e-Reader? Start downloading ebooks and audio books for FREE now!
Evening Book Club
Join our latest book club! The Evening Book Club is for those who lead a busy life and cannot come during the day.
We meet every month on the 4th Thursday at 7 pm. Walk-ins welcome!
Senior Book Club
This small but active group meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Rosman Center in the afternoon.
Call Cathy at 786-3800 x22 for more details.