Adult Scene

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Adult Summer Reading Challenge 2018

libsrock Program Details: Track the time you spend reading this summer. Once you read for a total of three (3) hours, fill out a timed reading ticket. Bring completed tickets back to Albion District Library and enter them in the prize drawing container(s) of your choosing. Containers are located across from the Service Desk in the Adult Room. Want to keep reading? Grab another set of tickets and keep going.  We will contact you by phone if you win a drawing. You can read anything you like– comic books, manga, e-books, and audiobooks all count! (No children’s books, please.) Program is available for Adults, ages 18+.

Program starts June 18, 2018 and ends August 18, 2018

Click Here for Program Details!

Brown Bag Series

Join us most Wednesdays at 12:15 pm in the Naomi Lane Room for a video or speaker event.  The videos are on a wide array of subjects including travel, history, nature, science, and technology.  Bring your lunch; the Library provides coffee and cookies.  To see what we’re showing this month, click HERE.

your story hereLibrary Writers’ Group

Are you a frustrated writer, looking to hone your skills, or just network with other local authors?  Come to the Writers’ Group on the first Monday of each month, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm!  It’s the chance to meet and get support from other writers and poets, and even get feedback on that plot twist you’re working on.  You are invited to bring your dinner, and the Library will provide tea and cookies.

 ABE/GED Tutoring Program The Library offers a free tutoring program for adult learners studying to take the GED battery of exams.

This program is volunteer run, and always in need of tutors.  If you would like to learn more about tutoring, or if you would like to sign up to begin studying to take the GED, visit the GED Tutoring Program page for our FAQs and then call or visit the Library.

Great Book Lists for Adults!

What’s Next? – Books in Series from the Kent District Library site

AllReaders.com – Great way to search by title, author, character, plot, or setting

The New York Times Current Bestsellers FictionDB – A free resource for complete book lists, book details and synopsis, and series lists.

GoodReads Listopia – Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations.  Though you must create an account to get recommendations, you can view the extensive topical lists created by users in the Listopia section.

Overbooked: A Resource for Readers – Annotated lists of nonfiction, fiction and mystery books which received starred reviews, themed booklists, featured titles lists and hot lists of hard cover US fiction releases and notable books.