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Summer Reading Listravaganza

Summer is almost upon us, and that can only mean one thing — vacation? Yes, okay, it means two things — getting a job? Oh, okay. Three th– catching up on sleep … forgot about that one. Okay, so summer means a lot of things, but the thing I was thinking of is: Summer Reading […]

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Anime & Manga: Best of 2012

The Niles Public Library’s very own Anime & Manga Club have compiled a list of their favorite manga and anime series from the past year. The list includes new volumes and episodes produced in 2012, as well as older titles that were just discovered this past year. How many on the list have you read […]

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Summer Reading 2012

Niles Public Library District’s annual summer reading club begins June 4! Register and read 4 books by August 31 to be eligible for great prizes like reusable cold cups, restaurant gift cards, and an iPod Touch. Read any books you want, including the titles that are required by your schools.  Already forgot what book you’re […]

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Can’t Get Enough of the Hunger Games?

Can’t get enough of the Hunger Games? Re-read the entire series, or read it for the first time.  Check out one of our Sony Readers, which contain the Hunger Games trilogy plus 20 other great books! Click here to get more details on our Sony Readers. Visit the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor of […]

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Check Out Our Sony E-Readers

This spring, Niles Public Library District won one of 20 YALSA Summer Reading Program Grants! These grants are funded by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.  We used our $1,000 grant to purchase 5 Sony e-readers and 22 popular fiction and nonfiction e-books to enhance the library’s collection for teens. Niles teens who sign up for summer reading […]

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Looking for Required Summer Reading?

Even though it’s summer, we realize that you’re often required to read books for school.  That’s why we’ve put together lists of the area schools’ summer reading requirements (with some help from our great volunteers Jan and Tim – thanks guys!). Wondering what to read and whether it’s available at the library?  Take a look […]

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