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Little Free Libraries on the Boardwalk
The Long Beach Public Library, in cooperation with the City of Long Beach
which granted permission to use beach entrances, has installed four Little Free Libraries on the Boardwalk near the Franklin, Grand, Magnolia and Monroe Boulevard ticket booths. Suggested by Youth Services Librarian Tanya Suárez, Little Free Libraries, which look like birdhouses, are book exchanges with approximately 30 paperbacks each.

Pictured above left to right: Michael Scandariato (Library Custodian), Amber Werner (Long Beach High School Student), Michelle Asarch (Library Page) and Tanya Suárez (Youth Services Librarian) Book exchange on right.

Pictured above left to right: Michael Scandariato (Library Custodian), Amber Werner (Long Beach High School Student), Michelle Asarch (Library Page) and Tanya Suárez (Youth Services Librarian) Book exchange on right.


Help! Long Island has a blood shortage.

Help! Long Island has a blood shortage.


Our Channels Newsletter for July/August 2014 is now available.
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10 Ways to Cut Expenses by Jeff Yeager, AARP

Books, Magazines, DVDs and More. The average American household spends about $200 per year on books alone (U.S. Census Bureau), most of which could be borrowed for free from any of the nation's 17,000 public libraries.


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Circulating Computer Tablets -

Available Now!

The Library will begin circulating Nexus 7 tablet computers to library patrons. Patrons must be at least 18 years of age and have a Long Beach Public Library card with no fines or overdue items. The tablet will circulate for 28 days. They may not be reserved or renewed. They will be preloaded with some NY Times bestsellers. For details, check at the Reference Desk.


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Last Updated: 7/25/2014