The SELF-e public library book discovery service enables authors and libraries to work together to expose notable self-published eBooks to voracious readers looking to discover something new.
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Click here if you are interested in submitting your title and read the terms of agreement. Submissions must be in the epub or pdf file format.
ENTER to win one of Library Journals’ 2015 self-published ebook awards honoring the best e-books in Romance, Mystery, Science Fiction and Fantasy. The submission period runs through August 31, 2015,and awards include cash prizes and full reviews and promotions in Library Journal!
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Whether or not you are headed back to school, fall is a great time to learn something new. Mango Languages online language-learning system makes learning a new language fun. Choose from over 60 languages including French, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, and much more, including English for speakers of other languages. You can even learn on the go with mobile apps!
In partnership with the Maine Humanities Council and the Lewiston Public Library, we are proud to present the Muslim Journeys Film Series. These first rate films provide a compelling and nuanced glimpse into some of the pressures faced by the next generation of Muslims. Each film in this series will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Reza Jalali, Author and Coordinator Multicultural Student Affairs at University of Southern Maine. All films will be shown at the Lewiston Public Library.
More information on this series.
Registration is now open for our fall book discussion series, “Muslim Journeys”. Presented in partnership with the Lewiston Public Library and the Maine Humanities Council, this exciting book discussion series on Islamic culture aims to bring a new awareness of our shared values and difficulties through fiction and memoirs.
Discussions will alternate between the Lewiston and Auburn libraries.
Each novel in this series will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Reza Jalali, Author and Coordinator Multicultural Student Affairs at University of Southern Maine.
To learn more and pre-register please visit www.auburnpubliclibrary.org/lets-talk-about-it/. You may register online or call the reference desk at 333-6640 Ext. 4. All registered participants will receive copies of the books.
Imagine you are living with Alzheimer’s disease and want your life story written while there is still time to do so. If this sounds like you or someone you know, then be sure to attend the “Lewiston Volunteer Scribes Information Session” on Thursday, August 13, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter, the Lewiston Volunteer Scribes program features trained, supervised and dedicated Bates College students who interview and write the life stories of those living with dementia. There is no cost to this program and participation is completely private, confidential and fun! Learn more about this fascinating program by attending this important information session. Advance registration is recommended by calling the Alzheimer’s Association at 772-0115 or the Auburn Public Library, walk-ins are also welcome.
Aug. 14, 7PM: Astronomer Kevin Manning, a former consultant with NASA, has always been passionate about astronomy, and wants to share the excitement with you! During his “Astronomy for Everyone: Size and Scale of the Universe” program here at the Auburn Public Library, you’ll learn about the size and scale of the universe, the stars, and other celestial wonders using hands-on activities and assorted visuals. The evening includes some night time sky viewing so be prepared for the unpredictable Maine weather.
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, with my mighty telescope you are not all that far. Thanks to a grant from the Cornerstones of Science, the Auburn Public Library now has a telescope that Auburn Library cardholders can borrow for a one week period. The warmer nights provide an amazing opportunity to introduce yourself or family members to the wonder of astronomy. To reserve the telescope call 333-6640 Ext. 4 or visit us on the second floor of the Auburn Public Library.
Do not put off replying to that e-mail your insurance company sent you or miss out on those pictures your daughter posted of the grandkids on Facebook. If you need some basic computer help including answers on e-mail, Facebook, or how to attach that resume to an on-line job application drop by our computer lab on the second floor and ask our lovely and dedicated volunteer Maureen “Happy” Goff for some help. No appointments are necessary. This is not a formal class so come prepared with your computer questions.