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Books on My Library Card At the Moment | Abington Community Library

Here’s a sneak peek at the books I’m reading at the moment and what I have on hold! Items Checked Out Happiness Is A Choice You Make: Lessons From A Year Among the Oldest Old by John Leland. I heard Terry Gross do an interview with Leland and instantly knew I wanted to read the […]

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On Being Disappointed By A Book | Abington Community Library

Recently, I was disappointed by a book by one of my favorite authors. It felt like a betrayal as I read it and especially once I was finished. For me, reading an author is like having a relationship. Each chapter is a good date and finishing a book is another step towards the ring and […]

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April is National Poetry Month | Abington Community Library

        A rose is a rose is a rose…teens and tweens can celebrate National Poetry Month in April with Pancakes and Poetry! Grades 9-12 will have their program on Saturday April 14 from 10:30 to 11:30 am and grades 5-8 will have their program on Friday April 20 from 6:30 to 7:30 […]

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Kids: Looking for a little fun? | Abington Community Library

      Kids: if you’re looking for something to do in the afternoon or evening, the library is the place for you! Abington Community Library hosts several gaming/building groups…and no registration is required! Stop by once a month or even every week and bring along a friend! Check out this schedule and find the […]

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Teen Health and Wellness Website | Abington Community Library

The teen years are rough. Beyond the growing pains, the cusp of adulthood brings questions and sometimes, a lack of reliable answers. As teens explore their burgeoning adult selves, they actively seek to shape their political, social, and self views. Teen Health and Wellness offers young adults a place to explore and research the answers […]

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Book Donations for Scout’s Project | Abington Community Library

Local Boy Scout Nate Armstrong is collecting books for children (babies through young adult) for his Eagle project. Armstrong is collecting the books for Easter baskets which will be donated to “The Friendship House” in Scranton. The collection will run from Wednesday, March 14 until Wednesday, March 21. Donations may be dropped off at the […]

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Social Justice Book Club | Abington Community Library

Conversations matter. There’s still time to sign up for the majority of the sessions today! The Abington Community Library is hosting a Social Justice Book Club throughout 2018. There will be four sessions, each focusing on a different, relevant social justice topic. Copies of the books may be picked-up at the Library once you are […]

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Women’s History Month at the Library | Abington Community Library

Did you know that March is Women’s History Month? Check out our special book display and discover your new favorite historical figure. Find these books and more here at the library: Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation by Cokie Roberts. Reserve here. Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton […]

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Lexivore, Episode 2 | Abington Community Library

In episode 2, Megha and Renee discuss what they’re reading, “Terrier” by Tamora Pierce, Women’s History Month (especially Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden), and tease about their May episode. We hope you enjoy it! Listen here!

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Meet Libby: One-Tap Reading App | Abington Community Library

Meet Libby! Libby, a new app built with love for readers to discover and enjoy eBooks and audiobooks from your library. Inspired by user and library feedback, Libby was designed to get people reading as quickly and seamlessly as possible. Read on for more details about Libby. Why you’ll love Libby Libby was engineered from the […]

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