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Resident FSPL cardholders now have 24/7 access to! Simply click on the Consumer Reports logo on the left side of the screen, then enter your library barcode and PIN when prompted.

The largest paid-publication subscription-based website in the world, this resource enables consumers to make better purchasing decisions. Whether you're looking to find the best deal on an TV, or researching the top-recommended used vehicles, provides ratings and reviews, recommendations and buying advice for thousands of products and services, all in an easy-to-navigate site.

In addition to product ratings and reviews, you will find in-depth advice, tips and trends written by Consumer Reports experts. Subjects Include: Cars, appliances, electronics, home and garden, babies and kids, money, shopping, and health.

For Kids

Keep your kids reading this summer with OverDrive's new Kids eReading Room. This site filters our ebook collection to just show children's content, which allows kids to find the titles they want, faster! Browsing can be done by subject, reading level or interest level. 



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To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Batman, DC Comics has declared July 23 "Batman Day." Visit us this week to win a Batman prize pack, and check out our selection of Batman titles in-person and online: 






This summer is all about reading and making!

Starting June 21 pick up your Summer Reading Kit at the library or download it.

Enter to win some great prizes, including an Android tablet, and a book pack featuring a signed copy of "The Fault in our Stars".

Building Fun in the Library!

Drop in every Saturday from 2-4 pm.

This program is for children aged 4 and under, plus Dad.


Margaret Macpherson, our Writer in Residence, has rescheduled her Industry Insider: The Foes, Follies and Fortunes of Traditional Publishing program (initially scheduled for June 26) to Tuesday, September 16 (7-8:30 pm).

If you've dreamed of that big book deal with a traditional publisher, this workshop is for you. In a candid talk about her own experiences in the writing/book publishing world, Margaret will take you through her eight book journey with four different publishers and give you insider tips on what to expect in the topsy turvy world of agents, editors and publishing houses. Included will be helpful suggestions to launch or expedite your own writing career.