Archive of category "New Items at the Library"
Zinio digital magazines have arrived at the Morris Public Library! One hundred titles are available electronically and can be downloaded to your PC, Mac, phone, iPad, Android or Kindle. Many titles are interactive (graphics, videos, and animations) Here is a list of magazines: America’s Best Home Workshops American Patchwork & Quilting Audubon Backyard & Garden [...]
Marty Schupak’s basketball and baseball DVDs are in at the Morris Library! Offensive Basketball Moves and Basketball Fundamentals feature ball handling, advanced dribbling, communication techniques, the jab step, stutter step, fade away shooting and more. The baseball videos are titled Hitting Drills & Techniques and Pitching Drills & Techniques. Charlie Brown is back! Just in [...]
Wintery Minnesota evenings are perfect for watching movies. Here are titles we’ve recently acquired at the library. I’ve grouped them according to genre for ease of selection. Grab some popcorn, sit down and relax! Children’s Animated Berenstain Bears Spooky Stories Action/Adventure Avengers (Robert Downey Jr.) –PG-13 Battleship (Brooklyn Decker) – PG-13 Hondo (John Wayne, 1953) [...]
Here’s a sampling of new titles we’ve recently received: A couple additions to the graphic novel series, DC Superheroes Dark Knight: The Joker Virus by Scott Peterson Scarecrow’s Flock of Fear by Matthew K. Manning Several titles written by Michael Dahl with Zone Books’ Library of Doom series: Attack of the Paper Bats Creeping Bookends [...]
Here are a few of our newest titles: Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs by Mo Willems The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle Blue Chicken by Deborah Freedman Z is for Moose by Kelly Bingham Boo to You! By Lois Ehlert The Man in the Moon by William Joyce The Sandman: [...]
Why Have Kids?: A New Mom Explores the Truth About Parenting and Happiness Jessica Valenti Reviews of this book are mixed, so I’ll simply give you a few facts to assist you in making your own decision on whether this book is worth reading. Ms. Valenti is founder and editor of feministing.com. Here’s her Guardian [...]
The Art Forger New York Times Bestseller and #1 IndieNext Pick! On March 18, 1990, thirteen works of art worth today over $500 million were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. It remains the largest unsolved art heist in history and Claire Roth, a struggling young artist with her own scandalous past, [...]
We have a variety of new holiday titles at the Morris Library. Fiction: Nonfiction: Childrens: Movies: Happy Holidays!!!
While others were deer hunting this past weekend, I read Three Simple Steps: A Map to Success in Business and Life by Trevor Blake. The author, an immigrant from England, has fond memories of libraries, books, and librarians from his childhood. Neat! He donated a copy of his book to every library in the U.S. [...]
The library recently received a grant from the Chicago IEEE (Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers) to purchase Science Kits for our library collection. Each kit includes information and equipment to perform electrical and /or physics-type science activities. New science books and instructional DVDs were also purchased to add to our library collection. The kits [...]