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Roseville libraries extend hours to help residents stay cool

ROSEVILLE – The National Weather Service is predicting extremely high temperatures in our area for the next several days. The California Department of Public Health is reminding the public to take precautions. The City of Roseville is extending the hours of the Downtown Library to offer cool places for city residents in need of getting...

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VIDEO: Kickoff Event for “Paws to Read!”

On Sunday, June 1st, the Sacramento Central Public Library opened its doors for the kickoff of the 2014 summer reading program, “Paws to Read!”. The event ...

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Sacramento Central Library to Kickoff 2014 “Paws to Read!” Summer Reading Program

May 24, 2014

Don’t sit through your summer with nothing to do- or read. Come to any library in the Sacramento county and check out a book! The ...

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The Blue Muse
#100HappyDays: A friend of the library

May 18, 2014
#100HappyDays: A friend of the library

What never fails to thrill? Books. FREE BOOKS!Have I mentioned how much I heart the public library?xoxo,shawna#100HappyDays1. 24 Hours of Happy2. If loving a wheelbarrow is wrong...3. A trip to the nursery4. Transplants5. Sweet peas6. Cool as a...7. A ...

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Sac News & Review Removed from Roseville Library

May 13, 2014

ROSEVILLE-

It happens 77,000 times each week in the Sacramento region – someone picks up up a copy of the Sacramento News & Review. Now there’s one spot where the Review’s unapologetic perspective on “living la vida local” can no …


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The Blue Muse
“Read and Return” program perfect for flying bookworms

Apr 25, 2014
“Read and Return” program perfect for flying bookworms

One of my guilty pleasures as a library-going, Kindle-owning bookworm? Buying new reads at the airport.

Do not ask me why, but I enjoy the little thrill of occasionally splurging on a best seller between destinations. Thinking back, I can link different trips to certain books—Like my Portland job interview,...

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The Blue Muse
‘How to be a Woman’ an accessible and funny discussion of the other f-word: feminism

‘How to be a Woman’ an accessible and funny discussion of the other f-word: feminism

"You can tell whether some misogynistic societal pressure
is being exerted on women by calmly inquiring, 'And are
the men doing this, as well?' If they aren't, chances are
you're dealing with what we strident feminists refer to as
some total f*&^ing bullshit." --Caitlin Moran
She tossed the article down on my...

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Sylvan Oaks library hosts teen advisory board

Sylvan Oaks library hosts teen advisory board

For many young people in Sacramento, librariesn are a place to get school work done, conduct research, surf the web, check out your favorite novel, ...

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Placer County Online
Placer County Libraries Offer More Books Through Amazon Zip Books Program

Placer County Libraries have expanded their pool of books by participating in Zip Books, a program supported by the California State Library that allows librarians to pull from the “shelves” of Amazon.com when a book requested by the public is not available at their favorite Placer County Library. When a library patron requests a...

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The Blue Muse
The Chosen: A story of friendship and faiths

Jan 26, 2014
The Chosen: A story of friendship and faiths

Since junior high, I've harbored a fascination with Jewish history and the Holocaust. I begged my mother to let me see Schindler's List in the theater (a choice my 11-year old self deeply regretted about 20 minutes in). I remember reading through my sc...

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