The Library-Resource Center is located on the second floor. It contains over 2,000 volumes of books, audiotapes, videotapes, and resources for children, youth, adults, and teachers.
To check out a book simply write your name and the date on the card in the back of the book, then place the card in the blue basket on the cart beside the door.
To return a book place book on the shelf marked “Returns” on the cart beside the door.
The entire collection is now computerized so that you can search for a particular book by title, author, subject, or Dewey Decimal Number. The database is called READERWARE. Directions for using READERWARE can be found to the left of the computer in the Library-Resource Center. For more information contact Anne Guenin.
You can now find information about new books through LibraryThing.com an online service that allows readers to share recommendations, ratings and reviews of books in their collection. Here is a sampling of Pine Street’s new acquisitions. To see all of the new books in Pine Street’s library, click on “Random books from my library” below:
Random books from my library
Sealed in Christ: The Symbolism of the Seal of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) by John M. Mulder
An Easter celebration : traditions and customs from around the world by Pamela Kennedy
|A Woman Named Damaris (Women of the West) by Janette Oke|