Celebrate National Library Week - Lives Change @ Your Library
On April, 13 - 19, 2014, the library joins libraries in schools, campuses, and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week. The library is celebrating National Library Week by highlighting the dedicated and hard-working staff @ Your Library with a Guess Who Am I game and Submit a Star to honor a great worker and or/department. The person with the most correct answers wins a mystery gift plus an acknowledgement on our web and facebook pages. Ballots are located in the library and online. Microsoft Word ballots may be filled out and emailed to Jackie King. Pdf ballots must be printed, filled out and returned to the library.
3/19/2014 Creative Writing Workshop @ Your Library - April is National Poetry Month and the Pasquotank County Library and Elizabeth City State University's Free Mindz Poetry Club is celebrating with a three day creative writing workshop. ECSU students' Von Bellows and Wesley Frazier-Keys will inspire writers of all ages to compose their own poem. The participants will read their original poem at the finale. Poems will be displayed in the library and on the library's web page. Date: April 2, 3, & 4, 2014 Where: Library's Community Room Time: 4:00 PM
This month and EVERY month, we recommend taking a moment out of your day to read a poem or write one of your own.
The event is free and open to the public. FMI: Contact Monek Adams
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Thanks to funding by the Elizabeth City Community Support Grant, the library now subscribes to the online collection TumbleBooks offered by TumbleBookLibrary. TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books that teach children the joy of reading. You can access the web site inside the library or remotely via computer or mobile device. Note:
Access to TumbleBooks is for Pasquotank County Library cardholders.
The East Albemarle Regional Library is pleased to present eBooks for our customers to borrow. We are one of the first libraries in the country to offer the 3M Cloud Library. 3M Cloud Library eBooks can be read on an IPad, or IPhone, Android-based tablet or phone, or windows based computer. Titles can also be transferred from a windows-based computer to an eReader device such as Nook, Sony or Kobo. For more information, please stop by your local library, or click here.
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