Book of the week: 10/20/2021

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We've added the Sandman series by Neil Gaiman to the library collection this week in expectation of the new Netflix series which is due out at the end of 2021 or start of 2022. The first book, Preludes and Nocturnes, follows the story of Dream of the Endless after he is captured and held prisoner by magicians for 70 years. A classic graphic novel that cleverly weaves together many different stories from human history and mythology, this 'comic' is definitely not for children! 

The teaser trailer for the show can be found here.

New Books for October

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Upcoming Library Events

Tech Support Drop-in Clinic

October 27th  6 - 7 pm

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If you or someone in your family has questions about technology or digital safety, we might be able to help. Drop in with your questions and chat with our volunteer, Justin LaFontaine. 

Justin is a resident of Greene and has worked in IT professionally for twenty years for companies such as Grand Rounds Health and Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice. He recently received his graduate degree in Cyber Security from Thomas College. Justin will be available between 6 and 7pm on October 27th, November 17th and December 8th and can help with

general technology troubleshooting or answer questions about web-based technology or basic digital self-protection including topics like antivirus or scam awareness. Those in need of assistance will be helped as much as possible on a first come, first served basis.

Book Donations: The library is happy to accept donations of gently used books. We do limit to two boxes of books at a time as our space and volunteer hours are limited. All donations will be sorted and newer items may be added to the library's collection. All other items will go into the library's book sale which helps raise funds for library programs and events. 

We are not able to accept old textbooks or encyclopedias for sale. Unfortunately there is no market for these items and we end up recycling them.