9. Classes at the library include computer instruction, genealogy programs, electronic device instruction, etc. These are free except for material costs.
10. Federal and state tax forms are made available to the public for free saving you time and money trying to obtain them.
If you are a reader, or like to learn, the library is a sure bet saving you thousands of dollars a year.
If you just got an iPad, and want to learn how to use it, read “iPad for Dummies” by Edward Baig and Bob LeVitus. You’ll learn how to set it up, browse the Internet, download apps, do e-mail, read books, play games and more.
Nail-biting adventure can be found in Dick Wolf’s novel “The Intercept.” While in flight over the Atlantic, NYPD Jeremy Fisk, experiences an incident onboard. He is quickly reminded that terrorism is never far away. He believes that this incident is just a precursor to another scheme that will be much bigger and it’s just days before the dedication of One World Trade Center at Ground Zero. Will he and his partner be able to stop it in time?
Owly and Wormy want to look at the stars but so much is preventing them from doing so. First, they can find their telescopes, there are trees in the way, and there are some pretty scary noises coming from outside. “Owly & Wormy: Bright Lights and Starry Nights” by Andy Runton shows children how they find their telescopes to see the stars.
Most parents tell their children they love them. But love is loathe when Big Monster talks to Little Monster and they even count the ways. Big monster loathes Little Monster more than chicken pox, more than what the cat drags in, more than stinky socks, and more. You’ll hear lots of giggles when you read this to your loved, er, loathed one in “I Loathe You” by David Slonim.