TIP from the Staff

Do you love magazines? Can’t resist the glossy covers? Me neither! But they can pile up in the home, take up lots of space and chances are their content will be obsolete quickly. Not to mention the cost!  Yikes!

I will let you in on a little secret. We have over one hundred magazine subscriptions for adults, teens and children. Children can enjoy magazines like Highlights or National Geographic Wild. Teens might like Make or ESPN. Our largest collection though, is for adults. We have a nice variety of magazines on topics like current events, wellness, fashion, home decor, gardening, cooking, crocheting, sports and more! My favorites are HGTV and Real Simple. With your library card, you are allowed unlimited checkouts. Magazines check out for one week and we allow two renewals. Enjoy our magazines for a full three weeks! -Kristin

FAQ – Children & eBooks

Q:  My child is interested only in eBooks. He has exhausted your eZone collection. Where else can he read eBooks?

A:  If your child cannot find anymore books he likes in our eZone , fear not! Rogers Free Library also has Tumblebooks. From the Tumblebooks website:

TumbleBookLibrary Premium has over 1100 titles for grades K-6, and includes our unique animated, talking picture books, read-along chapter books, national geographic videos, non-fiction books, playlists, as well as books in Spanish and French. Plus, the collection features Graphic Novels – a student favorite! As well as Math Stories….It’s a great resource for tech-savvy kids, and teaches them the joy of reading in a format they’ll love!”

Tumblebooks are available in Bristol schools, at our library and at home!

Staff Book Review

We all know Bristol, Rhode Island is super special and so are all the people who live here. What better way to pay tribute to these people than to feature them in a book?! Nadalin introduces you to the many key players past and present – founders, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and my favorite – librarians!!  If you can’t make it to the library to borrow the book, you might be pleasantly surprised to know it is available in eBook format as well! I recommend this for anyone new to Bristol! It will give you a nice introduction to our lovely little town. If you already live here, do pick it up. It is enjoyable! – Kristin

 

Staff Book Review


Here is a great personal finance book for millenials who don’t like to read. It is a quick read with a little bit of sass. It includes lots of illustrations, glossy pages and is sprinkled with interviews, quizzes and recipes to break up some of the nitty-gritty finance advice. You might be interested to know Fagan’s book is tied into her Youtube channel by the same name. She uses the outlet to speak to Millenials very openly about her mishaps with money and also gives advice on how they can do better. 

   The book opens with simple tips on how to get good start with your finances building an emergency fund, saving for retirement etc. These things might be common sense to some, but not to others. She covers budgeting, investing, home and even keeping your finances in check while involved in new, personal relationships. I recommend it! -Kristin

 

Click HERE to see the book in our catalog and place a hold on it.