New Books and DVDs Are Coming to Milford Public Library – InkFreeNews.com
MILFORD – February is the perfect time to curl up with a good book or stay indoors and watch a new movie with your family. The Milford Library regularly receives new books and films. Here are some recent arrivals.
New DVDs include: “Spencer;” “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride”; “Tom and Jerry: Cowboy Up!” ; “”The Addams Family 2;” and “Birds Like Us”.
The adult books added in February are: “Will”, by Will Smith; “Baseball 100”, by Joe Posnanski; “Flying Angels,” by Danielle Steel (large print); and “Reckless”, by Selena Montgomery.
Teen Books: “In Every Generation”, by Kendare Blake and “Anatomy of a Love Story”, by Dana Schwartz.
Children’s books: “Northwind”, by Gary Paulsen; “Cornbread and Poppy,” by Matthew Cordell; and “The Love Is Here”, by Mike Malbrough.
DVDs coming soon to Milford Public Library: “Eternals”; “Ghostbusters: Afterlife;” “King Richard;” and “House of Gucci”.
Look for adult fiction by Tracie Peterson, Janet Dailey, JA Jance, Jonathan Kellerman, James Patterson, Stephen King and Dean Koontz which will be available before the end of the month.
Book club for adults
The theme for this year’s Adult Book Club is Oceans of Possibilities. The club is open to anyone over the age of 18 and listened, you can enter a weekly draw to receive a prize. Books may be from the library or those you have purchased privately, but library staff suggest that you try reading materials that are new to you. You could earn a $25 gift card just by enjoying books, e-books, or audiobooks. Enter today for your chance to win.
The last day to submit a photo of your pet dressed as a sea creature is February 19. Any creature you find in the ocean is a possible costume for your pet. It can be a costume that you made or that you bought. All photos must be submitted by 6 p.m. on February 19 at [email protected] The winner will be chosen by library staff. The contest winner will receive a $50 gift card to PetSmart.
Virtual Winter Storytime
Sign your kids up for this story, craft and snack session. The library is offering two virtual Story Hours — one at 10:30 a.m. and the second at 1:30 p.m. Miss Trisha will read stories that go with the themes: penguins and polar bears; Winter sports and children’s author, Mo Willems. Storytime packages can be picked up the week before each storytime. You will receive an email reminder with a link to story time and a list of things you need to complete the craft in the package (scissors, glue, etc.). Call (574) 658-4312 and register your children for story time today.
Part-time job offers
Like many other businesses during COVID, the library has experienced a staff shortage. The library has two part-time openings. Both are 29 hours per week and start at $9 per hour. One evening (until 8 p.m.) per week and at least one Saturday per month are required. The first position is in the children’s department. Duties would include being a partner in story time and taking care of any delays.
The second position is for a shared clerk, which means you will work two days upstairs in the adult and teen departments and three days in the children’s department. You will learn how to catalog children’s materials and promote library services through newspaper articles and social media. Applications are being accepted now. Apply at the adult loan counter.